The mystery of the slaying of three Chinese men in 1919 Washington, DC, seemed over after cops got someone to confess. It wasn't that simple.
Thousands of Spanish-speaking immigrants are arrested in the United States every year, but there's no uniform Spanish-language translation for Miranda rights. That could soon change.
Fifty years after the Supreme Court gave you the right to remain silent, some are more likely to falsely confess than others.
For many poor New Yorkers, the constitutionally protected right to an attorney is just a pipe dream, according to a civil liberties lawsuit and report.