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No ‘Transactional Immunity’ Promise (access required)

Although government agents and a prosecutor talked to defendant several times to discuss reduced charges in exchange for information on a gun used during a robbery and fatal shooting, the government did not offer transactional immunity to defendant in the proffer letter he signed, and the Norfolk U.S. District Court denies defendant’s motion to suppress ...

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