This section tests your ability to identify relevant statutory provisions and apply them to a specific scenario. Read the provisions from the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 and answer the question set. Martin and Kirsty have been arrested on suspicion of burglary. They are taken to the local police station, where they are questioned by DC Bright and DC Sharp. Early in the interview, Martin begins to shake and sweat, symptoms which DC Bright recognises as drug withdrawal. He knows that Martin is a heroin addict and that he will need to get a ‘fix’ within a few hours. To increase the pressure on Martin, DC Bright conducts the interview extremely slowly and, two hours later, Martin is very agitated and distressed. At this point, DC Bright offers to let Martin go home on bail if he confesses to the burglary and Martin agrees, signing a statement that he broke into the house in question. In another interview room, Kirsty is being interviewed by DC Sharp. He positions his chair right next to her and screams at her over and over again that she must confess to the burglary. Kirsty is crying and upset but DC Sharp continues to shout at her, banging his fist on the table in front of her. After an hour of this treatment, Kirsty signs a confession. Assess the possibility of excluding the confessions. The two suspects, Martin and Kirsty, were arrested on suspicion of burglary.