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No Fifth Amendment Claim from Admitting Sex Offense (access required)

A court-ordered treatment program’s re­quirement that defendant admit to a past sex offense for which he already had been convicted, as part of his treatment, does not violate defendant’s Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination, the Court of Ap­peals holds. Defendant ...

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Stop Not Justified by Yellow- Line ‘Touching’ (access required)

Although a police officer testified that defendant appeared to be driving over the posted speed limit when he first observed him at 3:00 a.m., the driver’s “isolated acts of slight drifting” to “touch” the yellow line twice over a one-mile ...

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