The ‘Peculiar Gap’ in New York State’s Interrogation Law

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All states have laws and judicial rulings regarding criminal interrogation. The rules are intended to insure that confessions, and other incriminating statements, are voluntary and not the result of coercion or offers of leniency. In New York State for example, a statute prohibits tactics that create a substantial likelihood of producing a false incriminating statement.
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