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Criminal Practice – Confession – In-Custody Interrogation – Miranda Rights – Drug Possession – Identity Theft – Sentencing (access required)

State v. Crook (Lawyers Weekly No. 011-194-16, 22 pp.) (Rick Elmore, J.) Appealed from Henderson County Superior Court (Marvin Pope Jr., J.) N.C. App. Holding: Where defendant had been handcuffed and arrested before he was asked, “Do you have anything else on you?”, but where he had not been given his Miranda warnings, his response – ...

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