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Former Ohio Captain Exonerated of Wife's Murder

January 29, 2013
A former Akron (Ohio) Police captain convicted of killing his wife in 1997 has been exonerated by a judge based on new DNA test results. Doug Prade has served 15 years after a jury convicted him of killing Dr. Margo Prade during a bitter divorce.

How To Score Confessions Like Touchdowns

January 25, 2013
As professionals in law enforcement, we have to raise our game and consistently seek out training throughout our careers to keep improving our skill level and effectiveness at conducting interviews and interrogations.

Report: Chicago Is False Confession Capital

December 10, 2012
News magazine "60 Minutes" labeled Chicago the "false confession capital" of the United States Sunday in a segment featuring several men who claimed they were coerced by police detectives into signing confessions for crimes they didn't commit.

Iowa Cop's Murder Reopened

October 29, 2012
Two black men wrongly convicted in the 1977 murder of a white Iowa police officer hope to prove something they couldn't during trials that sent them to prison for 25 years: that detectives framed them to solve a high-profile case.

Wrongful Convictions Studied In New Database

May 22, 2012
Perjury, faulty eyewitness identification and prosecutorial misconduct are the leading reasons in 873 wrongful convictions studied in a new national database.
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