Confessions

News & Analysis as of

Labor & Employment E- Note - March 21, 2014

In This Issue: - High Court Mulls if Amazon Must Pay for Worker Security Checks - Silicon Valley Class-Action Accuses Executives of Hiring Collusion - EEOC Issues New Guidelines for Religious Bias as Complaints...more

Fla. Court Lifts Ban on Reporting Accidentally Released Criminal Confession

A Florida trial court vacated two prior restraint orders against the media from publishing unredacted information in a police report. On August 23, 2013, James Patrick Tadros was arrested and charged with attempted...more

Short Wins - The Fair Trial, New Yorker, And Voting Link Edition

Before we get to the last week's wins in the federal circuits, three things: First, I think the most interesting opinion from the federal circuits in the last week is United States v. Murray from the Second Circuit. ...more

BB&K Police Chief Bulletin: Involuntary Confession - Involuntary Confession Induced by False Promise of Leniency Inadmissible

Overview: A California appellate court recently ruled that an involuntary confession motivated by an officer’s false promises of leniency was not admissible at trial. During the interrogation, the officer repeatedly asserted...more

4 Results
|
View per page
Page: of 1