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Confession Evidence

This is a problem question that looks at how a defendant's confession may be admitted as evidence in trial. This problem question specifically looks at a defendant charged with murder, who confesses to the crime twice under two different circumstances. This answer achieved a 2:1. Disclaimer: There are some minor errors in this work, however, it is a solid piece of work which will help you to understand the topic.

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By: driseledacosta • 8 months ago

Confession evidence problem question with a clear, structured, and detailed answer.

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