incriminating statement

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Libi, who also suffered from hepatitis C, told a federal court in Manhattan in October that he had been on hunger strike when questioned by FBI agents -- during which he made an incriminating statement.
Victim A, an employee at Mr Jones' former school, described him as a "big softy" and claimed that police had pressured her to make an incriminating statement.
Victim A, an employee at Mr Jones' former school, described him as a "big softy" and claimed police had pressured her to make an incriminating statement.
She has made an incriminating statement in public by saying she was paid for sex in the US.
The issue which was settled by the Judicial Committee--and in relation to which courts in Canada continue to refer to this decision--was that the Crown must prove beyond any reasonable doubt that any incriminating statement made by an accused person in a criminal case was uttered freely and voluntarily, and not as a result of any threats of harm, or promises of favour or benefit held out by a person in authority.
The boy's mother challenged the suspension, claiming the boy had been improperly suspended on the basis of hearsay, and that he had been coerced and intimidated into signing an incriminating statement.
Principal among these is the routine deception of suspects about a range of issues which influence a suspect's willingness to make an incriminating statement.
After the suspect made an incriminating statement, she was given the warnings, then made another incriminating statement.
On the harm side, as Paul Cassell has noted often and forcefully,(100) there are likely a discrete number of crimes that police cannot solve because they lack an incriminating statement from the defendant.
Such non-answers, riddling answers, and sly revisions mock the urgency of her inquisitors' questions and frustrate their attempts to extract from her an incriminating statement.
Irving promptly falls all over himself trying to explain this incriminating statement away--describing Eichmann as a scared fugitive grasping at any kind of extenuating circumstance, and reminding us that this is a postwar document and so we have to be cautious about taking it at face value, etc.
An incriminating statement he made to investigators after the first fire ``wasn't a very strong admission,'' Wallin said.