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Criminal – Voluntariness Of Confession – Involuntary Statement – Interrogation – Child Abuse (access required)

Where defendant on two occasions was interrogated by police and a social worker for several hours regarding possible abuse of defendant's child, the trial court did not err in concluding that her statement to police was involuntary and in suppressing that statement. The second time defendant was questioned by the investigators, she had not been allowed ...

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