Greg Spencer, a criminal defense attorney in Indianapolis answers: “yes”. What could be considered “trickery” alone does not make a confession inadmissible. The court must look to see whether the deception is reasonably likely to produce a false confession.
It is important to distinguish between a false promise made by police: (for example, “If you confess, you will get probation”) and a vague statement (for example, “If you confess, I will talk to the prosecutor.”)
It is important to understand that you have the right to have an attorney present during police interrogation.