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Oregon Supreme Court—November 30, 2017

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by: Mary A. Sofia • December 6, 2017 • no comments

Written by Erin Severe, OPDS | Edited by Mary A. Sofia, OCDLA


Motion to Suppress—Preservation

When defendant moved to suppress all statements he made during an encounter with police, and trial court’s ruling only addressed suppression of defendant’s post-Miranda statements, defendant not required to again request suppression of pre-Miranda statements to preserve that issue for appeal.

State v. Schmidtke, 362 Or 203 (2017) (Per Curiam)