This is the first column to appear in what will be a monthly Torts Illustrated series that will run on the last Monday of the month.
By Rodney S. Diggs
For those who fancy themselves rap aficionados or even the occasional fan, it does not take listening to many rap songs before you hear an artist seemingly “admit” to committing murder or another crime. In rap, it is almost tradition to boast murderous conquests of rival gangs or an enemy. Thus, the legal system seized the opportunity to use these representations as confessions when prosecuting individuals in criminal cases.
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