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7 Feb 2008, 8:00 pm
As far as confessions under U.S. law are concerned, I refer to the Fulminante decision (Arizona v. [read post]
23 Mar 2010, 6:37 pm by Brian Shiffrin
(People v Paylor, 70 NY2d 146 [1987]; People v Rodriguez, 38 NY2d 95, CJI2d[NY], A Party's Failure to Call a Witness).Despite this, in People v Holloway (2010 NY Slip Op 02302 [4th Dept 3/19/10]) the Court again held that a trial court properly denied defendant's request for an adverse inference charge because "[T]his Court has repeatedly determined[, however,] that the failure to record a defendant's interrogation electronically does… [read post]
22 Jan 2012, 8:31 pm by KC Johnson
John Hope Franklin, whose legacy Arcidiacono treads upon, provided research for Thurgood Marshall in the Brown v. [read post]
19 Jun 2019, 8:00 am by CEB
The California Supreme Court in People v Holloway (2004) 33 C4th 96, 131 noted Evid C §913 states that “no presumption shall arise because of the exercise of the privilege, and the trier of fact may not draw any inference therefrom as to the credibility of the witness or as to any matter at issue in the proceeding. [read post]
19 Jun 2019, 8:00 am by CEB
The California Supreme Court in People v Holloway (2004) 33 C4th 96, 131 noted Evid C §913 states that “no presumption shall arise because of the exercise of the privilege, and the trier of fact may not draw any inference therefrom as to the credibility of the witness or as to any matter at issue in the proceeding. [read post]