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‘Miranda’ rights waived by voluntary talk with police (access required)

Where a defendant argued that statements he made to the police without benefit of counsel about a gun involved in a felon-in-possession charge should have been suppressed, but he knowingly waived his right to counsel by voluntarily answering a detective’s questions after being informed of his Miranda rights, his challenge failed. Background Jovon Medley appeals his felon ...