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Criminal Practice – Murder – Acting in Concert – Rape & Robbery – Miranda Warnings – Jury Selection – Prosecutor’s Arguments – Death Penalty – Mitigating Factors (access required)

State v. Waring. Defendant's statement that he was "not going to snitch" was not a clear invocation of his Miranda rights; therefore, the police were not required to cease their questioning of defendant. No prejudicial error in defendant's conviction of first-degree murder or in the sentence of death.

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