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Coronavirus July 20, 2020
COVID-19 is changing how police question suspects and witnesses—for the better, some argue.
News July 16, 2019
An Idaho man falsely confessed to a 1996 rape and murder.
Case in Point August 6, 2018
An inmate tests a new patch of constitutional ground.
Case in Point November 13, 2017
An idle threat, but the teenage suspect confessed.
Commentary June 12, 2016
So why do so many suspects confess to crimes they didn’t commit?
Feature May 24, 2016
A radical new interrogation technique is transforming the art of detective work: Shut up and let the suspect do the talking.
Justice Lab May 14, 2015
Experts say that people admit to crimes they didn’t commit. Why did only one juror in the Etan Patz murder case believe them?
News April 14, 2015
One by a nervous kid. One by a self-styled hit man. A Detroit whodunnit.
News April 8, 2015
If police had recorded his interrogation, would Max Soffar be on death row?
News December 12, 2014
When the threat of a white jury is an interrogation tool.