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The United States Constitution grants Americans the "right to a speedy and public trial," with an assumption that the trial is impartial and fair. Recent data suggest a nontrivial number of cases fail to meet this standard. During interrogations, suspects can be presented with false evidence, long interrogations can undermine a suspect's cognitive ability, and minimization tactics often mislead suspects into believing justice is on their side. These dynamics facilitate false confessions anddoi:10.31234/osf.io/zgcu4 fatcat:xvlbimfvwbfa5kivn5iaonofpi