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Criminal Practice  – Constitutional – Inculpatory Statements – Voluntariness (access required)

Although the interrogating detectives contradictorily and repeatedly told defendant both that they could not promise him anything and that the district attorney would “work with him” and would “go easier on him” if he cooperated and gave them truthful information, under the totality of the circumstances, defendant’s inculpatory statements were made voluntarily. We modify and affirm ...

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