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Criminal Practice – Miranda Warnings – Right to Silence – Renewed Questioning (access required)

State v. Franklin. After being warned of his Miranda rights, defendant invoked his right to remain silent - not his right to counsel - and police stopped questioning him. Three and a half hours later, police informed defendant that the victim had died . . .

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