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Criminal – Murder – Arson – Inculpatory Statements – Crack Influence (access required)

The Court of Appeals holds that a defendant cannot suppress inculpatory statements he made to detectives on the ground that he was incapable of understanding or waiving his Miranda rights at the time because he was under the influence of Geodon, an anti-psychotic drug, as well as crack cocaine at the time he made the ...

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