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

In re J.R.V. Where our Court of Appeals held, 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,” discretionary review was improvidently allowed.

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