Ma. Court, 4-3, Favors Tape-Recorded Confessions

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A divided Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruled that judges should begin instructing juries in criminal trials to be skeptical when police fail to tape-record confessions or statements made by defendants in custody, says the Boston Globe. A 4-to-3 majority said that if defendants request it, judges must tell juries that the high court wants statements
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