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Criminal Practice – Constitutional – Right to Remain Silent – Single Mention – No Prejudice (access required)

State v. Wilson (Lawyers Weekly No. 011-052-14, 4 pp.) (Per Curiam) Appealed from Florence County Circuit Court (Thomas Russo, J.) S.C. App. Unpub. Holding: One isolated remark regarding defendant’s post-Miranda warning silence did not prejudice him, especially considering the trial court’s caution to jurors that they not consider defendant’s exercise of his right to remain silent. We ...

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