The authors analyze how a confession can be made to appear believable even when DNA evidence exculpates the accused, and suggest reform approaches to reduce this risk.
Appleby and Kassin, When Self-Report Trumps Science: Effects of Confessions, DNA, and Prosecutorial Theories on Perceptions of Guilt, 22 Psych. Pub. Pol. and L. 127 (May, 2016).