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Appellant waived ‘Miranda’ right to remain silent (access required)

Where the parties agree that appellant was properly advised of his Miranda rights after the police stopped his vehicle on suspicion that he was selling drugs, the trial court correctly determined that he waived his right to remain silent “based on his demeanor, tone, and the context of the conversation” with a police detective. Arrest Detective Hopkins ...