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Criminal – Voluntariness Of Confession – Custodial Interrogation – Tattoo (access required)

An officer who merely introduced himself to defendant as a detective from Virginia had not begun any "interrogation" and defendant's statement, "I've never been in Virginia," was voluntary and need not be suppressed. The court also denies defendant's motion to suppress evidenced that he lifted his shirt and exposed a tattoo on his chest. The act ...

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