Recording Interrogations News Archive

"Innocence Project: Stories of the exonerated," 60 Minutes, December 9, 2012.

"Why do people falsely confess to crimes?," by Andrew Cohen, 60 Minutes, December 9, 2012.

Thomas P. Sullivan, A Compendium of Law Relating to the Electronic Recording of Custodial Interrogations, (March-April 2012).

"Class Action Seeks Hearings for 'Forgotten' Chicago Police Torture Victims," by Martha Neil, ABA Journal, October 16, 2012.

"George Whitmore Jr., Who Falsely Confessed to 3 Murders in 1964, Dies at 68," by Paul Vitello, The New York Times, October 15, 2012.

"'CSI' Inspires NYPD to Video Tape Interrogations, Commissioner Says," ABC News, September 19, 2012.

"Study Finds Memories Can Change with Each Recall; Researcher Sees Criminal Justice Implications,"ABA Journal, September 24, 2012.

"A Compendium of law relating to the electronic recording of custodial interrogations," Judicature, March/April 2012. 

"State Court Allows False-Confession Experts, but Bar Is High," The New York Times, March 29, 2012.

"Why Do Innocent People Confess?," The New York Times, February 23, 2012.

"George Huguely trial could come down to details on videotape," The Washington Post, February 20, 2012.

"New York Chief Judge Backs Videotaped Interrogations, Special Youth Courts," ABA Journal, February 15, 2012.

"In Albany, Top Judge Seeks to Curb False Convictions," The New York Times, February 14, 2012.

"12-year-old's homicide confession is case for debate on recorded interrogations," The Commercial Appeal, January 8, 2012. 

"New Supreme Court Evidence Rule Favors Recording of Police Interrogations," Indiana Supreme Court, September 15, 2009.

NACDL Board Resolution Supporting Mandatory Videotaping of Interrogation, May 4, 2002.

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