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No ‘Custody,’ Suppression Order Reversed (access required)

Two suspects questioned about stealing merchandise from Wal-Mart were not in custody over a 30-40 minute period and the Court of Appeals reverses an order suppressing their statement for an officer’s failure to give Miranda warnings. It is without doubt that defendant’s freedom of movement was restrained. This restraint, however, took place pursuant to an investigative ...

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