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Criminal – Right To Silence – Continued Conversation (access required)

Although defendant made a statement invoking his right to remain silent, he then immediately contradicted his declaration by arguing for his innocence with the officer, reinitiating discussion about whether he was driving a vehicle and had cocaine, and waiving his right to remain silent, and the Court of Appeals upholds defendant’s conviction for possession of ...

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