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Court of Appeals — Interrogation: People v. Guilford

New York State Court of Appeals Interrogation Subsequent Statements — Suppression People v. Guilford No. 103 Judge Lippman Background: The defendant appealed from his conviction of murder in the second degree. The defendant argued that prior to his confession he was subjected to a custodial interrogation lasting over 49 hours. The trial court suppressed the statements made during the interrogation, but ...