incriminating statement

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  • incriminating statement — A statement which tends to establish guilt of the accused or from which, with other facts, his guilt may be inferred, or which tends to disprove some defense …   Black's law dictionary

  • incriminating statement — A statement which tends to establish guilt of the accused or from which, with other facts, his guilt may be inferred, or which tends to disprove some defense …   Black's law dictionary

  • incriminating statement — An accusation in the presence of the accused. A statement by the accused which involves him in the crime charged. See self incrimination …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • incriminating evidence — Evidence which tends to establish guilt of the accused or from which, with other evidence, his or her guilt may be inferred. See also inculpatory Compare exculpatory statement or evidence …   Black's law dictionary

  • incriminating evidence — Evidence which tends to establish guilt of the accused or from which, with other evidence, his or her guilt may be inferred. See also inculpatory Compare exculpatory statement or evidence …   Black's law dictionary

  • self–incriminating — self–in·crim·i·nat·ing / self in kri mə ˌnā tiŋ/ adj: tending to incriminate oneself a self–incriminating statement Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

  • exculpatory statement or evidence — A statement or other evidence which tends to justify, excuse or clear the defendant from alleged fault or guilt. State v. Cobb, 2 Ariz.App. 71, 406 P.2d 421, 423. Declarations against declarant s interest which indicate that defendant is not… …   Black's law dictionary

  • exculpatory statement or evidence — A statement or other evidence which tends to justify, excuse or clear the defendant from alleged fault or guilt. State v. Cobb, 2 Ariz.App. 71, 406 P.2d 421, 423. Declarations against declarant s interest which indicate that defendant is not… …   Black's law dictionary

  • Miranda warning — The Miranda warning (also referred to as Miranda rights) is a warning that is required to be given by police in the United States to criminal suspects in police custody (or in a custodial interrogation) before they are interrogated to inform them …   Wikipedia

  • Massiah v. United States — Supreme Court of the United States Argued March 3, 1964 Decided May 18, 1964 …   Wikipedia

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