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Reading body language of a disabled or handicapped individual has unique characteristics. Discuss some issues that might prevent an investigator from using traditional body reading skills.

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Issues that might prevent an investigator from using traditional body reading skills would include:

1. An individual that has Parkinson's Disease may be difficult to read as they would have a constant shaking and this may cause an investigator who is not experienced with this disease to believe/not believe an individual being questioned because of it.

2. "Facial analysis is a lie detection method that involves carefully watching and interpreting facial expressions. While people who are lying are usually able to control the majority of their facial expressions, quick, short-duration facial movements can express the underlying emotions a ...

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