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Criminal Practice – Constitutional – Confession – Custodial – Pre- & Post-Miranda Warnings (access required)

Although defendant voluntarily accompanied police to the law enforcement center and was not told he was under arrest, defendant was isolated with his questioners during a two-plus-hour interrogation. Once the investigators realized defendant’s statements conflicted with those of another witness, the encounter became a custodial interrogation, which led to defendant’s incriminating statement that he had ...

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