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Philly Finally Makes Good On a Promise to Record Interrogations and Confessions
Clinical law professor, Northwestern University School of Law
The failure to record entire interrogations left police officers open to allegations of abuse, and over the years has led some Philly judges to toss out confessions and other juries to acquit potentially guilty defendants when defendants have claimed they were coerced.
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