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Both Ashley Schultek Drumgold and her mother, June Schultek, wrote letters to Judge Todd Cresap pleading their case.June Schultek has asked the judge to give Drumgold the maximum sentence for the charges he is facing. After the interview was completed, Hocking arrested Murray, serving him with the complaint and warrant. This exclusive reliance by the trial court especially concerns us in light of the reasoning of the Supreme Court inconstitutional right. We have never held that interviewers are required to "show their entire hand" during questioning such that the interviewee can make an "informed" decision of whether to speak to the interviewer. Murray then participated in an interview in which he confessed to having sexual intercourse with a victim under the age of 15. We find this to be a novel proposition which is without legal precedent. But we have never read the Constitution to require that the police supply a suspect with a flow of information to help him calibrate his self-interest in deciding whether to speak or stand by his rights."475 U. at 422 (during custodial interrogation, investigator failed to inform defendant of attempts of non-requested attorney to contact defendant). 31 in Grand Forks County District Court to indecent exposure, a Class C felony, and a deviate sexual act, a Class A misdemeanor. Northwood is about 40 miles southwest of Grand Forks. 26, 1990, in Grand Forks County District Court for gross sexual imposition after investigators said he molested an 11-year-old girl at his apartment several times. In addition to breaking and enterprise news, we offer a wide variety of sports, features, business, agriculture, outdoors and opinion content.
Byers (argued), Assistant Attorney General, Bureau of Criminal Investigation, P. Box 1054, Bismarck, ND 58502-1054, for plaintiff and appellant. As an alternative legal theory to uphold the suppression, appellee argues the confession violates NDCC 29-21-12.1. In 1992, the North Dakota Child Sexual Abuse Team became involved, and conducted a follow-up investigation.
He said those clients were charged under a somewhat different statute and he isn't sure how they will shake out.
Manning's attorney, Daniel Hopper, declined to comment on whether he planned a similar appeal.
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FARGO—A Thief River Falls, Minn., man was found guilty Monday, April 24, in Cass County District Court of patronizing a minor for commercial sex after he essentially conceded the facts of the state's case against him were correct. However, a number of those cases have been appealed to the North Dakota State Supreme Court based on an argument the sting operation involved no actual minors.
Manning was 54 last summer when he and 17 other men were charged as part of a law enforcement sex sting last summer called Guardian Angel and one of a handful who have stipulated the cases against them are essentially what prosecutors claim.