Judge allows statements by Brett Seacat at murder trial
3 murder trial, a Kingman County judge ruled Wednesday. The statements - made during interviews or interactions with authorities on April 30, May 12 and May 13 - are admissible, Judge Larry Solomon said Wednesday morning, because Seacat was informed of his rights, spoke voluntarily and had not been coerced or threatened when the statements were ... (more)
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#1 Jul 17, 2012
they save coercive and threatening techniques for the kids. thank god the kbi stepped in to assist or the prosecution would be in big trouble.
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