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Teacher Can’t Suppress Child Pornography Statements (access required)

The Alexandria U.S. District Court denies a graduate teaching student’s motion to suppress statements made to federal investigators in two interviews four hours apart, the second after a computer forensic review and signed waiver of Miranda rights; although federal agents initially entered with weapons drawn, the first interview at defendant’s residence was not custodial considering ...

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