Detective Podcast #305: How To Make Sure A Suspect Isn’t Confessing To Something They Didn’t Do

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Investigation Discovery’s podcast “Detective” is back with an all-new season!  Season 3 brings you the star of ID’s new TV series “Murder Chose Me”, Detective Rod Demery.

About Episode #305: Confession

Detective Demery has an impressive solve rate, and it’s due to getting the confession. How does Rod find the evidence he usess to skillfully coax out a confession? And how does he make sure someone isn’t admitting to something they didn’t do?

About Detective Rod Demery

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Murder has been a part of Rod Demery’s life for a long as he can remember. When he was just 3 years old, his mother was murdered. Then, when Demery was in his twenties, his brother was convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison.

Instead of succumbing to the cycle, he resolved to do everything in his power not to repeat the mistakes of the past, and pursued a career in criminal justice. In his 14 years with the violent crimes unit, Demery solved or assisted in more than 250 homicide cases – solving each of the 60+ cases on which he was the lead detective.

Demery’s impressive clearance rate, coupled with his fierce determination and no-holds-barred approach to get a confession, made him a legend in the department – but also a bit of an outsider. Friends, family, and love interests all found themselves playing second fiddle to his detective work. But Demery continues to be driven by his one mission in life: to find justice and resolution for the families of murder victims, just like his own.

Listen to the new season of the “Detective” podcast to learn Demery how murder has shaped his life.

Want more Detective Rod Demery? Watch the all-new series “Murder Chose Me” on Investigation Discovery Wednesdays at 10/9c or with ID GO.

Subscribe to Detective on iTunes, Google Play or Spotify to get season 1 with Lieutenant Joe Kenda and season 2 with Detective Garry McFadden.

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