Confessions -voluntary, induced or even coerced:the way most criminal cases close. They may be voluntary admissions of guilt - or not. But they're also the basis of every plea deal, a way out of lockup if you can't make bail and, at times, the result of tough interrogation, even torture. So does the ubiquitous confession constitute good justice? Sandy and Ray with Rutgers Law Prof. George Thomas.
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