Friday Roundup: False Confessions and Misidentifications
A retired Washington, D.C. police detective
discussed his role
this week in the false confession of a pregnant homeless woman.
The Florida Innocence Commission recently
voted in favor of making interrogation recordings mandatory
moratorium on the death penalty
will likely extend into 2013.
We reported earlier this week on the arguments about eyewitness identification before the U.S. Supreme Court in
Perry v. New Hampshire
. Read coverage and commentary on the case:
International Business Times:
Supreme Court Examines Eyewitness Identification
Eyewitnesses and the Constitution
Is Eyeitness Testimony Too Unreliable to Trust?
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