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===Interrogations===
 
===Interrogations===
  
Wrongful convictions happen with stunning regularity [https://www.law.umich.edu/special/exoneration/Pages/about.aspx]. One of the reasons is that police can lead suspects and witnesses astray during interrogations, whether intentionally or unintentionally [https://www.innocenceproject.org/false-confessions-recording-interrogations/]. To prevent this from happening, some states require that interrogations be recorded in their entirety. These include Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Kansas, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, Vermont, Wisconsin, and the District of Columbia.
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Wrongful convictions happen with stunning regularity [ttps://www.law.umich.edu/special/exoneration/Pages/about.aspx]. One of the reasons is that police can lead suspects and witnesses astray during interrogations, whether intentionally or unintentionally [https://www.innocenceproject.org/false-confessions-recording-interrogations/]. To prevent this from happening, some states require that interrogations be recorded in their entirety. These include Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Kansas, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, Vermont, Wisconsin, and the District of Columbia.  
  
 
==Prosecution==
 
==Prosecution==

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