Miranda Warnings—Custodial Interrogation.
The People brought an interlocutory appeal pursuant to CRS § 16-12-102(2) and CAR 4.1 challenging the district court’s suppression of statements made by defendant to a police detective. The district court found that the statements in question were the product of custodial interrogation, without the benefit of Miranda warnings. The Supreme Court reversed the suppression order of the district court, holding that because defendant was not in custody at the time he made the statements in question, no Miranda warnings were required.
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