Police use of Trickery and Deceit in Interrogation of Detained Suspects...it Must End Now if Justice is to be Done

10 Jun , 2021

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It is early in the practice of law that one becomes familiar with Justice Sutherland’s words in Berger v. United States: 293, US 78, 88 (1935). Changing the tense somewhat, prosecutors and law enforcement officials generally could be counted, he opined as “ministers of justice”, not striking foul blows, interested in doing justice and with a goal of just not winning. This case was often cited by courts content on the blanket acceptance (but not so much now) of a law enforcement team that Justice Sutherland believed took the moral high ground. Join Jay Goldberg as he discusses multiple cases involving the justice needed to end police trickery and deceit.

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