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Miranda – Good-Faith Exception

State v. George W. Hindsley, 2000 WI App 130, 237 Wis. 2d 358, 614 N.W.2d 48
For Hindsley: James B. Connell

Issue: Whether a good-faith exception to Miranda should be recognized.

Holding: The court of appeals doesn’t have authority to articulate a good-faith exception to Miranda: “(It) is not the proper role of this court to create an exception to, or modify, binding precedent of the Wisconsin Supreme Court or the United States Supreme Court,” ¶36.

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