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The importance of the body language and the non-verbal signals in the courtroom in the criminal proceedings. The outline of the problem

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This publication defines and characterizes the body language and tries to show its place and its role in the courtroom in the criminal proceedings. According to Albert Mehrabian - one of the first researchers of the body language - only 7% are affected by the words, 38% by the voice signals (the voice tone, the modulation) and 55% by the non-verbal signals. In view of the above fact it follows that the skills of the effective occurrence pay off so are the considerations in this context justified?
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112
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74-84
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  • Faculty of Law and Administration, Jagiellonian University in Cracow, Cracow, Poland
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