http://www.newsday.com/news/printedition/ny-licrim303260583apr30,0,4157595.story?coll=ny%2Dnews%2Dprint Some lawyers in New York State want to require interrogations of suspects to be videotaped. Now, Newsday reports, there is no way for a juror to be absolutely sure that police didn't beat or intimidate a defendant into confessing, or wehther a defendant is lying about being beaten or denied an attorney by police. The only records of an interrogation presented in court are a . . .
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