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MACDONALD v. STATE OF DELAWARE, 61, 2002

A first-degree murder defendant was not entitled to a new trial, where 1) the prosecutor's questions as to defendant's statements to the police did not amount to use of post-Miranda silence for impeachment purposes, and 2) the prosecutor's comments as to defendant's pre-arrest representation were properly limited.

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  • Decided 01/02/2003
  • Published 01/06/2003

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  • Supreme Court of Delaware

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