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- The Consequences of False Confessions: Deprivations of Liberty and Miscarriages of Justice in the Age of Psychological Interrogation
- Richard A. Leo, Richard J. Ofshe
- The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology (1973-), Vol. 88, No. 2 (Winter, 1998), pp. 429-496
- Subjects: Law
- Key terms: confession, false, supra, police, crime, interrogation, evidence, suspect, wrightsman, defendant, hereinaft, innocent, murder, bedau, admission, prosecutor, innocence, guilty, wrongful, case, hernandez, justice, miscarriage, guilt
- CiteRank: 0.7341
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