Without a lawyer to advise him, a weary truck driver confesses to murdering a 17-year-old girl following an exhausting interrogation.
A double murder in Nebraska sparks a hunt for those responsible and a bizarre series of interviews that raise more questions than they answer.
In a long interview with police, Angelika Graswald admits to being "OK with" her fiancé drowning during a kayaking expedition. Cops and media pounce.
After Hamid Hayat admits to attending a terrorist camp, lawyers and his family question whether the taped confession reveals a very different truth.
Following a gruesome triple murder, two teens are targeted by undercover police, who use a controversial technique to try to extract a confession.
As the trial for Burns and Rafay unfolds, the suspects begin to understand the massive implications of their confessions.
After his girlfriend is found murdered, a man insists he was coerced into confessing. Years later, DNA evidence tells the truth.
A fire leads to tragedy, and the victim’s mother is accused of -- and confesses to -- murder. At trial, the defense presents an alternate theory.
Police interrogate supposed gang members about a brutal attack following an anonymous tip. Oddly, no one in the neighborhood ever heard of the gang.
Following a double murder, circumstantial evidence points to the victim's nephew, who endures a marathon interrogation without a lawyer.
A man drives his four children into a river, where they drown. He wearily confesses to doing it purposefully, but later contends it was an accident.