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Defendant Talked After Asking for Lawyer (access required)

Although the trial court erred in holding defendant did not invoke his right to counsel when he said, “Let me talk to my lawyer,” defendant reinitiated conversation with a detective and his statements related to being a suspect in an attack on a woman were admissible; the Court of Appeals also says prosecuting defendant for ...

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