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Admission of Jailhouse Testimony was Harmless (access required)

Although the trial court admitted a jailhouse informant’s testimony about defendant’s efforts to write a letter that shed light on his involvement in his wife’s murder, in violation of defendant’s Fifth Amendment rights, the error was harmless beyond a reasonable doubt and the 4th Circuit affirms defendant’s conviction of interstate domestic violence. Defendant’s argument finds its ...

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