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During an interview with a juvenile fire setter, rapport-building allows the investigator (Points : 2) time for analysis of the suspect s living conditions to discover a motive for
the arson to discover details of crime to gain a confession to the crime
During an interview with a juvenile fire setter, [ rapport-building allows the investigator time for analysis of the suspect s living conditions ]
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