According to Psych Central, experts are finding that teenagers are far more likely to confess to crimes they didn’t commit compared to adults.

A study’s findings concluded that because they are less capable of making mature decisions, teenagers should not be permitted to make deals where they face a lesser charge in return for pleading guilty.

Read the full Psych Central article.


Taylor Carroll

The American Law Institute


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