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Criminal – Police Questioning – Videotape – Phone Calls (access required)

A juvenile defendant had no reasonable expectation of privacy that would preclude prosecutors’ use of a videotape of her during questioning at the police station, and a Norfolk Circuit Court says the fact that the defendant was under stress at the time did not make the experience the functional equivalent of interrogation; the statements at ...

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