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Question by Stanley Niblack
Submitted on 12/29/2003
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what time frame would a person assume a custodial street interrogation to last for? Also, if an officer claims to have relied upon an informant in order to stop you. The criminal justice system does not mandate that informant testify at a suppresion hearing, in what manner does the preosecution have in substantiating the officers claim other than the officer testimony in and of itself.

Answer by Joseph
Submitted on 1/20/2004
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Last week's Supreme Court ruling states that a person can be stopped to review a picture or answer a question regarding an activity or a criminal..but only for a few minutes. Decision 6 to 3.  The desenting said not good newspapers and T.V. was enough.

Did the People lose another one?


Answer by norseman
Submitted on 3/4/2004
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There are no timeframes, rules or any rights for the common man. They will alter their reports to benifit their positions.


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