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Criminal Practice  – Right to Remain Silent – Oblique Reference – Photo Identification (access required)

  On direct examination, a police detective said he approached defendant at work, but defendant did not wish to discuss the case. Then, on cross-examination, the detective responded to a question about his investigation by referring to defendant’s accomplice—who was cooperating in the investigation—and explaining that “it’s better for the suspects to actually give us all ...

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