ACC692 SNHU Interview Questions to Obtain an Admission of Guilt

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Prompt: Create and submit a list of interview questions intended to obtain an admission of guilt from the suspect in your assigned fraud case. (Case D: Sandhog’s Union Local 147 – Melissa King; Benefits Manager for NYC Sandhogs Union Pleads Guilty

Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:

  • Suspect Interview Questions
  • Type: Create a list of interview questions that includes all five types of interview questions to obtain an admission of guilt from a suspect.
  • Sequence: Organize your list of questions in a logical and appropriate manner.
  • Importance: Describe the importance of the sequence of your questions and why the list is organized as it is.

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ACC 692 Module Seven Interview Guidelines and Rubric Overview: For this assignment, you must prepare a list of questions as though you were the interviewer of the suspect in a fraud case. Your goal for this assignment is to create your interview questions and test them on another classmate in a mock interview to obtain an admission of guilt. Earlier in the course, your instructor made an announcement that named your partner and a fraud case (see list below) that you will work with for this assignment. Case A: Fry’s Electronics – Ausaf Umar Siddiqui; Fry’s Exec Accused of $65 Million Fraud to Pay Off Gambling Debts Case B: PBS&J Corp – William DeLoach; Check Fraud in Miami Case C: Koss Corp – Sujata “Sue” Sachdeva; Former Koss Corporation Executive Charged in $31 Million Dollar Fraud Case D: Sandhog’s Union Local 147 – Melissa King; Benefits Manager for NYC Sandhogs Union Pleads Guilty You will create a list of interview questions aimed at obtaining an admission of guilt from a suspect in your assigned case. The types of questions, as well as their order, will be important for your success in this process. You will also record yourself (the interviewer) asking those questions of your partner (the suspect) and submit the audio file (e.g., MP3) for grading. Note that you will receive feedback on the questions, their sequence, and your mock interview from your instructor. This feedback should be applied before you submit your final presentation (Final Project Part II) in Module Ten, which will include your interview questions. In addition, you may find during/after the mock interview that your questions did not work out as well as you would have liked. If that is the case, revise your question list and incorporate those revisions into your final submission as well. Lastly, note that while you are creating one set of interview questions for the suspect in this assignment, the Final Project Part II will require two sets: one set of questions for the suspect and one set of questions for the witness in your assigned case. Prompt: Create and submit a list of interview questions intended to obtain an admission of guilt from the suspect in your assigned fraud case. Record the interview (e.g., using Skype, FaceTime, etc.) of you, as the interviewer, asking the questions of your assigned partner, the suspect. Submit an audio file (e.g., MP3) of the recorded interview. Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed: I. Suspect Interview Questions A. Type: Create a list of interview questions that includes all five types of interview questions to obtain an admission of guilt from a suspect. B. Sequence: Organize your list of questions in a logical and appropriate manner. C. Importance: Describe the importance of the sequence of your questions and why the list is organized as it is. D. Recording: Submit a recording (in the form of an audio file such as an MP3) of your mock interview with you acting as the interviewer and your partner acting as the suspect. Use the appropriate tone to conduct your interview. Rubric Guidelines for Submission: Your interview questions and explanation of their importance must be submitted as a Microsoft Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins. Submit your interview recording as an audio file (e.g., MP3). Critical Elements Type Exemplary (100%) Meets “Proficient” criteria, and list is exceptionally comprehensive and clear Proficient (90%) Creates a list of interview questions including all interview question types Sequence Meets “Proficient” criteria and list is exceptionally organized and clear Meets “Proficient” criteria and provides specific and relevant details Organizes a list of questions in a logical and appropriate manner Describes the importance of the question sequence and why the list is organized as it is Completes the recording of the interview using appropriate tone and language Submission is free of errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, and organization and is presented in a professional and easy-toread format Completes the recording of the interview using appropriate tone and/or language Submission has no major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization Importance Recording Articulation of Response Needs Improvement (70%) Creates a list of interview questions, but questions do not include all interview questions types Organizes a list of questions but not in a logical and appropriate manner Describes the importance of the question sequence and why the list is organized as it is, but description lacks detail Completes the recording of the interview, but neither tone nor language is appropriate Submission has major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that negatively impact readability and articulation of main ideas Not Evident (0%) Does not create a list of interview questions Value 22 Does not organize a list of questions 22 Does not describe the importance of the question sequence 22 Does not complete the recording of the interview 22 Submission has critical errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that prevent understanding of ideas 12 Total 100% ...
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