Police interrogation and american justice is a scholarly look at the history of police confessions in america one reference the author mentions quite often in this book is the wickersham commission report every student professional author and researcher of criminal justice issues needs to see the report which comprises several phone book . He looks at police evidence in the court the nature and disappearance of the brutal third degree the reforms of the mid twentieth century and how police can persuade suspects to waive their miranda rights an important study of the criminal justice system police interrogation and american justice raises unsettling questions how . Leos book is a powerful contribution to criminal justice public policy police interrogation and american justice causes one to marvel at the extent to which the parties in the justice system have been complicit in enabling lawless police to effect convictions of suspects by coercing their confessions leo offers suggestions for reform . Police interrogation and american justice although certainly a learned tome from an academic publisher is easy to read leo writes as clearly as he talks on a witness stand as an expert. In this book i have examined the evolution structure and practice of police interrogation in the american criminal justice system i have argued that police interrogators act like highly partisan adversaries in order to manage the contradictions underlying interrogation in america
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