PEOPLE v. LEAL, H023031
Defendant's attempt to impute legislative intent from one statute to another fails, and the prosecution relied upon a legally sufficient theory in establishing the element of duress in a child molestation case. Where defendant was not in custody at the time of his statements, Miranda warnings were not required.
- Decided 02/04/2003
- Published 02/04/2003
- California Court of Appeal
- For Appellant:
- J. Courtney Shevelson, Carmel, Attorney for Appellant.
- For Appellees:
- Bill Lockyer, Attorney General, Robert R. Anderson, Chief Assistant Attorney General, Ronald A. Bass, Senior Assistant Attorney General, Gerald A. Engler, Supervising Deputy Attorney General, Allan Yannow, Deputy Attorney General, Attorneys for Respondent.