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Criminal Practice — Confession – First Impression – Surrender Negotiations (access required)

When sheriff’s deputies went to defendant’s home to arrest him for statutory rape and indecent liberties, defendant locked himself in his bedroom and threatened suicide. Defendant was not “in custody” while deputies negotiated his safe exit from his bedroom, so the lack of Miranda warnings did not require the trial court to suppress a confession ...

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