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Criminal Practice – Constitutional – Right to Remain Silent – Defense of Duress (access required)

Where defendant gave pre-trial notice of her intent to assert the defense of duress, the state could introduce evidence of that defendant had remained silent about the alleged duress at a time when it would have been natural for her to have asserted the same defense. We find no error in defendant’s convictions of trafficking in ...

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