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Request for appointed lawyer not self-incrimination (access required)

A young man convicted of statutory rape and child abduction is entitled to a new trial because a Pitt County judge wrongly allowed prosecutors to use his application for a court-appointed lawyer as self-incriminating evidence, the North Carolina Court of Appeals has ruled. The Nov. 21 decision in State v. Raul Diaz  answers a question of ...

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