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Defendant’s Drive-Time Talk Comes In (access required)

An embezzlement defendant who was being transported by a police officer from a Golden Corral restaurant in Baltimore to jail cannot suppress inculpatory responses he gave to an officer’s questions about where defendant lived and why he was working in Baltimore, as the Charlottesville Circuit Court holds the drive-time conversation was not a custodial interrogation. Defendant ...

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