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DECISION & ORDER The defendant contends that the court erred by denying his motion to suppress inculpatory statements
as his arrest was not predicated upon probable cause. However, the record establishes that the defendant was arrested after
witnesses to the instant homicide implicated him to investigating detectives. Moreover, at least one witness identified the
defendant's photograph from a photographic array. Pursuant to these eyewitness identification, the police clearly had probable
cause to effect the defendant's arrest (see, People v Crews, A.D.2d [2d Dept., June 4, 1990]; People v Brown, 146 A.D.2d
793; People v Douglas, 138 A.D.2d 731). Accordingly, the defendant's inculpatory statements, which followed numerous administrations
and waivers of his constitutional rights (see, People v Glasper, 160 A.D.2d 723), were not tainted as having been the products
of an unlawful arrest. We have reviewed the defendant's remaining contentions and find them to be without merit.

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Professionali e tecnici
PUBBLICATO
1991
11 febbraio
LINGUA
EN
Inglese
PAGINE
1
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LawApp Publishers
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