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Criminal – Custodial Interrogation – Airport Customs (access required)

A defendant was not in custody for Fourth Amendment purposes because a reasonable person returning to the U.S. through customs would have perceived the restriction attendant to questioning by the federal officers to be unlike the restraint imposed by a formal arrest, and a Loudoun County Circuit Court denies defendant’s motion to suppress statements he ...