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Criminal – Felon In Possession – Miranda Rights – Questioning During Cuffing (access required)

Police violated defendant’s rights when they asked him questions while they were handcuffing him without first informing him of his Miranda rights, and his statement should have been suppressed, the Court of Appeals holds. Officers were patrolling in the Gilpin Court area of Richmond and observed defendant sitting alone in the driver’s seat of a ...

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