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I just came to hang out (access required)

Much to the defendant’s chagrin but in a relatively straightforward application of the law, the state Court of Appeals held recently in North Carolina v. Rico Barnes that being handcuffed on your cousin’s porch while probation agents search the home ...

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Criminal Practice – Constitutional – Right to Counsel – Right against Self-Incrimination – Miranda — Suppression – Conversation Initiation – Intelligent Waiver (access required)

State v. Quick After defendant reiterated that he wanted to talk to his lawyer, a detective told defendant that more warrants would be served on him, that an attorney would not help with the warrants, and that the warrants would be served regardless of whether the attorney was there.

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