LawExplain and discuss the recommended setting for an interrogation. Explain and discuss the recommended setting for an interview.

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An interrogation should be in a quiet room with a window of one-way glass, so that others can watch outside.  It should have a table and chairs for the suspect and police, and not be too comfortable.  An interview, on the other hand, should be in a less intimidating environment, such as an office.