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People v. Johnson, C055139

Defendants' murder and robbery convictions and sentences are affirmed where 1) the procedures used to obtain the pretrial identifications of defendants were not unduly suggestive; 2) the trial court properly considered defendant's prior excluded confession for the purpose of weighing evidence under Cal. Evid. Code section 352; 3) the court reasonably determined that defendant-s admissions and his exculpatory statements to a third party were made at different times, and thus the latter was not admissible under section 356; and 4) defendant was properly informed of her Miranda rights.

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  • Decided 03/30/2010
  • Published 03/30/2010

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  • California Court of Appeal

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