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Anderson was visited in the store he owned by representatives from DCFS, the state police and the State's

attorney's office. Anderson was told that he did not have to talk to them and that he could ask them to leave at any time, but no Miranda warnings were given. Anderson was then asked about allegations of sexual abuse with his adopted 10-year-old son, and he admitted several occasions of sexual abuse. Anderson repeated his admissions when his wife arrived, and she called a lawyer, and the investigators left. At trial, Anderson filed a motion to suppress because of no Miranda warnings.

         Would you allow the statements to investigators to be admitted in evidence at trial? Please explain.

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