Where a defendant, who was found guilty of charges including second-degree murder, argued that the trial court clearly erred in denying his motion to suppress statements that he made to police, the statements were not incriminating, and the case was strong, so any error was harmless, and the court also did not err in admitting evidence seized without a warrant or consent because the inevitable-discovery doctrine was applicable.
Judgment is affirmed.
State v. Little (MLW No. 74775/Case No. ED107404 – 19 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District, Odenwald, J.) Appealed from circuit court, St. Louis City, Hettenbach, J. (Kristina S. Olson for appellant0 (Nathan J. Aquino for respondent).