Friday Roundup: False Confessions, Investigating Wrongful Convictions


A Detroit man serving time for eight murders may own up to four more in an effort to

clear a teenager whose confession was given to satisfy police


Florida exoneree Alan Crotzer describes the

effects of being wrongfully convicted



A Maryland Gazette editorial reminds jurors to

consider the perils of false confessions

and the statistics of juveniles signing confessions to end the interrogation process.


A California man who was wrongfully convicted of murder

filed a lawsuit against San Francisco

for building a case around the testimony of a witness who was compensated.


The Atlantic reports on a death row case ”

even weaker than the one against Troy Davis


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