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Criminal Law: DWI-Miranda-Custody

Where a defendant challenged his conviction in a DWI case arguing that his incriminating statement was elicited without a Miranda warning, a reasonable person would not believe he was in custody while restrained in a moving ambulance for medical treatment after an auto accident, so the defendant was not in custody for purposes of suppressing ...