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Criminal – Suppression Motion – Day Of Trial (access required)

Where defense counsel said he had not made a suppression motion prior to the day of trial, as required by statute, because of his involvement in another protracted case, and although defendant did not present jury instructions because counsel's law clerk did not timely arrive at court with the necessary instructions, the trial court did ...

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