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Criminal – Police Interview – Right To Counsel – Edwards Violation (access required)

A defendant unequivocally invoked his right to counsel when he said he wanted to talk to the police, but he wanted to see a lawyer; however, he told police during the booking procedure that he wanted to tell his story and “get it over with man,” and the Court of Appeals says there was no ...

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