Obtaining authorization to interview a suspect is crucial:
Legal Rights: Respect the rights of the individual, ensuring that they are adequately informed about their rights and avoiding possible violations that could nullify evidence.
Validity of Evidence: Information obtained during authorized interviews is more likely to be admitted at trial.
Protection against Accusations: Avoid claims of coercion or manipulation during the interview.
Professional Ethics: Ensures that researchers' actions are in line with ethical and professional standards.
Building Trust: Show a transparent and fair procedure, reinforcing trust
public bail in the legal system.