Panel Finds Murder Defendant's Silence Harmless

, New York Law Journal

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A Third Department panel has upheld a double murder conviction where the defendant's silence was used to undermine his claim of extreme emotional disturbance.

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Originally appeared in print as Panel Finds Harmless Violation of Defendant's Right to Silence

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  • Anonymous

    Another case where the "government‘s" court undermines centuries of protection and the right to remain silent. Please get this into the USDC!!!

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