State court overturns murder conviction of Bay Point man in Concord stabbing death

Charles Weisselberg quoted in San Jose Mercury News, February 12, 2013
The opinion issued by the First Appellate District last week in the case against Paul Antonio Westmoreland clarifies how far police investigators can go in deceiving a suspect to garner a confession, said UC Berkeley School of Law professor Charles Weisselberg….”The deception presented here with respect to the consequences of the statement are actually what got [Westmoreland] life without parole instead of just life,” Weisselberg said.