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False Confessions or Admissions — The Innocence Project

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Astonishingly, more than 1 out of 4 people wrongfully convicted but later exonerated by DNA evidence made a false confession or incriminating statement.

False confession - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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[1] A false confession is an admission of guilt for a crime for which the confessor is not responsible. False confessions can be induced through coercion or by the ...

False Confessions & Interrogations | The Confessions ...

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More on false confessions and interrogations from FRONTLINE's The Confessions, including leading scholarship, news and analysis, and legal resources.

False Confessions - Cornell University

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False Confessions. Compiled by Amelia Hritz, Michal Blau, and Sara Tomezsko. LEGAL ISSUE Police-induced false confessions are among the leading causes of wrongful ...

False Confessions - Home

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False Confessions Blog Nassau County DA Kathleen Rice Sued for Defamation By Jesse Friedman. Jesse Friedman, who was wrongfully convicted for child sexual abuse in a ...

Why Do Innocent People Make False Confessions?

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Compliant false confessions; Internalized false confessions; While voluntary false confessions are given with no outside influences, the other two types are usually ...

Why Innocent Men Make False Confessions | TIME.com

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Why Innocent Men Make False Confessions. It's not just an anomaly. New cases shed light on the phenomenon of admitting to a crime you didn't commit

False Confessions - Pro-death penalty.com

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An examination of alleged cases of wrongful conviction from false confessions by law professor Paul G. Cassell.

The False Confession | Psychology Today

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The False Confession. Why an innocent person will confess guilt. ... False confessions are generated in cell blocks as well as interrogation rooms, ...

False Confessions - Facts & Figures

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Facts and Figures. Police-induced false confessions are among the leading causes of wrongful convictions. Since the late 1980s, six studies alone have documented ...