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Volume 3 Issue 2 (June 1993), Pages fmi-fmi, 87-172

Confession evidence, psychological vulnerability and expert testimony (pages 117-129)


There have been major changes in English Law with regard to confession evidence, which followed the implementation of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act (PACE) in January 1986. This paper reviews the main legal changes that are relevant to the admissibility and reliability of confessions and their psychological importance within the context of both research and expert testimony.

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