http://www.nj.com/statehouse/ledger/index.ssf?/base/news-1/10576427395690.xml Police may not fabricate evidence to convince a suspect to confess to a crime, a New Jersey appeals court ruled yesterday, the Newark Star-Ledger reports. The decision establishes clear boundaries for the use of trickery or deceit by police officers when questioning a suspect in New Jersey. Courts have allowed police use of psychologically coercive techniques and even outright lying, such as telling a suspect his fingerprints or DNA . . .
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