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Criminal Practice – Juvenile -Self-Incrimination – Failure to Warn – Harmless Error (access required)

In re J.R.V. Even though, before the juvenile testified, the trial court failed to warn him of his privilege against self-incrimination, the error was harmless. The juvenile's testimony echoed that of the state's witness in some respects; otherwise, it was exculpatory.

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