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Oral Statements Under Texas Law
Oral Statements Under Texas Law

Yesterday, we discussed the admission of a statement by the accused when the accused gives a written statement. According to the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, the Miranda warnings must be on the face of the written statement. Today, we address the oral statement ...

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