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Defendant's Statement On Gun Comes In (access required)

A defendant's statement about a gun can come into evidence even though he had not been read his rights between the time a police officer handcuffed the defendant and before he frisked him, a Norfolk federal district judge has ruled. In the new case, the prosecutor successfully relied on the "public safety" exception to get ...

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