Bringing Reliability Back In: False Confessions and Legal Safeguards in the 21st Century
In this Article, we point out the failures of the legal tests governing admissibility of confessions, tracing the historical development of these flawed standards. We propose a new standard that we believe reinvigorates the largely forgotten purpose of the rules—reliability of confession evidence—in part by requiring the electronic recording of custodial interrogations.
- Document type Article
- Countries list United States
- Themes list Networks,