Given case studies of investigations, the analyst, auditor, evaluator, fraud examiner, investigator, or inspector will identify the most common types of questions used to interview witnesses and individuals suspected of criminal, civil and administrative violations. This course is designed to introduce the interviewer to various types of questions that can be utilized to elicit an admission during an interview.  It will also cover, not only how to use these question types, but when and when not to use a specific question type.  These question types include bait, assumptive, and choice questions.  In-class exercises will be conducted that will help hone the questioning skills of the interviewer.