Narcoanalysis Law and Legal Definition
Narcoanalysis is a process of injecting truth serum into a patient for interrogation by enhancing the memory of the patient. The term narcoanalysis is derived from the Greek work narkç which means anesthesia. This method is usually used by police for interrogating people who are unable or unwilling to provide the trust in a conscious state. In this process, the truth serum is injected into a patient to induce semi-consciousness, and then interrogate the patient.