Escobedo v IL

Escobedo v IL - POLS 365 Escobedo v. Illinois 378 U.S. 478...

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POLS 365 Escobedo v. Illinois 378 U.S. 478 (1964) Facts: Escobedo was interrogated by police in regards to his brother-in-law’s murder. During interrogation-Escobedo was denied access to his attorney despite repeatedly asking for him (6A). Similarly, his attorney was also denied access to him. The attorney even filed a complaint with the Commissioner. At no time was Escobedo informed of his Constitutional right to avoid self- incrimination (5A). During interrogation, Escobedo made a damaging statement that was admitted as evidence and ultimately contributed to his murder conviction. Procedure: A trial court convicted Escobedo of murder and the conviction was upheld by the Supreme Court of Illinois. The motion to suppress the self-incriminating statement made during interrogation was denied. Issue: 1. “Was the refusal by the police to honor [Escobedo’s] request to consult with his lawyer during the course of an interrogation” a violation of the 6A’s right to
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course POLS 365 taught by Professor Mccracken during the Spring '08 term at Lake Forest.

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