Profiles & Cases

 
Aaron WaymonRead more
September 10, 2016
Danny Rincon - IncarceratedRead more
September 10, 2016
Derrick Hamilton - ExoneratedRead more
September 10, 2016
Hector Lopez- IncarceratedRead more
September 10, 2016
James JenkinsRead more
September 10, 2016
John Adrian Velazquez - IncarceratedRead more
September 10, 2016
John Giuca - IncarceratedRead more
September 10, 2016
Johnny Hincapie - IncarceratedRead more
September 10, 2016
Kevin SmithRead more
February 11, 2016
Lorenzo Johnson - IncarceratedRead more
September 10, 2016
Richard Diguglielmo - IncarceratedRead more
September 10, 2016
Richard Rosario - IncarceratedRead more
September 10, 2016
Ricky Caldwell - IncarceratedRead more
September 10, 2016
Shabaka Shakur- ExoneratedRead more
September 10, 2016
Sherman AdamsRead more
September 10, 2016
Sundhe MosesRead more
September 10, 2016

Commenting on the need for NYPD to record custodial interrogations Marty Tankleff, who recently settled with the New York State Attorney General in his wrongful conviction, said, “There is no reason that police departments across the city and state should not immediately begin recording all interrogations and witness interviews. It could go a long way to curtailing false confessions and false testimony, and reduce the incidence of wrongful convictions like mine. It is universally recognized as a benefit to both police and defendants alike.”

For additional information, please go to www.falseconfessions.org.