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Murder Defendant’s Statements Suppressed (access required)

A murder defendant exercised her right to stop talking to police when she twice stated she had nothing else to say and statements made after that point will be suppressed, the Charlottesville Circuit Court says; but statements post-violation of Miranda were voluntary and the non-testimonial evidence is not barred. Defense counsel argues that the Rights Advisory ...

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