Volume 3, Issue 4, December 2020, Page: 172-188
Semantics and Psychanalysis of Criminal Investigation
Neculai Spirea Zamfirescu, Center for Applied Research, Romanian Society of Researchers in Judicial Strategies, Rm. Sarat, Romania
Received: Aug. 14, 2020;       Accepted: Sep. 18, 2020;       Published: Nov. 16, 2020
DOI: 10.11648/j.ijls.20200304.14      View  16      Downloads  21
Abstract
This article brings before the interested parties several extracts from independent research reports made exclusively by the author of the article. The object of the research was to obtain favorable evidence through open applied research conducted through independent research, for and at the request of lawyers. In essence, research relies on knowing the state of mind from a semantic and psychoanalytic perspective, in order to identify: the false idea or conception, the act of intelligence that considers true what is false and vice versa; the mistake of breaking the rules of a demonstration; the mistake of interpreting or associating a person, a fact, a work, etc.; mistake in judgment or appreciation of things; suggestion; subjective or imperfect representation of reality due to the limits of knowledge; false representation of a situation which may serve as a cause for annulment of a decision or act; wrong establishment of facts that can lead to injustice. Thus: characterizing a recorded dialogue we inferred that it was preconstituted; in order to procure an information element we applied a computer program; by the method of equivalence of the terms we established the fact that the statement represents a report in which the witness reproduces aspects stored in the memory during the criminal investigation, not before; appealing to the theory of empathy, we established that the dialogues carried out are justified from the point of view of interprofessional reasons; based on the determination of the witness's personality, we inferred that he did not send any evidence that could affirm the incrimination; analyzing the testimony, I established that it cannot be stalked by falsity; the exploratory observations on the minutes of the resumption of the conversations established that the judge did not limit himself to the examination of a purely passive manner of the illicit activity, but exerted an influence likely to incite the commission of the crime that would not otherwise have been committed; analyzing a cryptographic text, we established that the synonymy of fears is excluded; Analyzing the text of a forged will, we established that although a will was served in favor of the legatee, it concerned only the fraction of movable property in the dwelling; the testimony of the witness was appreciated as faithfully reproducing the received event, presenting a high degree of certainty; by capitalizing on the free testimonial account, I established the individuality of the mode of operation, the biocriminalistic individuality and I drew up the tracking file of the unknown author; realizing the reconstruction of a crime scene, we established that the person who assumes the criminal action is not the perpetrator of the murder.
Keywords
Semantics, Psychoanalysis, Criminal Investigation, Independent Research
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Neculai Spirea Zamfirescu, Semantics and Psychanalysis of Criminal Investigation, International Journal of Law and Society. Special Issue: Women and Digital Space: Knowledge, Expertise and Professional Empowerment. Vol. 3, No. 4, 2020, pp. 172-188. doi: 10.11648/j.ijls.20200304.14
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