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39 Notre Dame L. 214 (1963-1964)


Examining Killough v. United States, 315 F. 2d 241 (D.C. Cir. 1962) which held that the oral reaffirmation of a day-old confession obtained from the defendant without representation by counsel was inadmissible in a federal trial. Professor Dutile notes that this case marked a "further extension" of the exclusionary principle.


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