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13 Total Stories (Displaying articles 1 - 13)

Murder Suspect Acquitted In Retrial: Pr. George's Police Criticized for Tactics (Post, July 4, 2003)

Detective Denies Prompting Perjury: Pr. George's Witness Recants in Retrial (Post, July 3, 2003)

Md. Witness Says Police Told Him to Lie in Court: Suspect Being Retried In Pr. George's Slaying (Post, July 2, 2003)

Md. Court Overturns 3 Pr. George's Verdicts: Rulings Cite Prolonged Interrogations (Post, June 20, 2003)

Changes Urged in Taped Interrogation Bill: Backers Tell Md. House Panel Measure Is Too Narrow; Foes Say It's Too Broad (Post, Feb. 13, 2002)

Pr. George's Police to Videotape Interviews: Interrogation Tactics Have Been Criticized (Post, Feb. 1, 2002)

New Suspect In Case That Had False Confession (Post, Jan. 23, 2002)

Rapist Convicted in Md. Woman's Death: Prince George's Officials Had Charged Husband (Post, June 22, 2001)

2nd Trial Starts in Md. Killing; Husband Initially Was Charged: Convicted D.C. Rapist Accused in Laurel Woman's Slaying (Post, June 19, 2001)

Cameras Urged In Pr. George's: Bill Aimed at Police Abuses (Post, June 13, 2001)

Detectives Investigated False Confessions Prompt FBI Probe (Post, June 10, 2001)

FBI to Probe Pr. George's Interrogations: 3 Confessions Raise Civil Rights Questions (Post, June 8, 2001)

Pr. George's Prosecutor Targets Questioning: Police Must Provide Interrogation Notes (Post, June 7, 2001)

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