Here is a brilliant and entertaining lecture by Regent Law School Professor James Duane.

Duane cites multiple examples of how intelligent and powerful people have fallen prey to their mistaken believe that they are equipped to speak to criminal investigators. However, the most notable portions of the lecture are when he describes how easily a police interrogator’s misrecollection can be used to crucify a perfectly innocent suspect who tells only the truth.

[Thanks to Tim Lynch for the tip]