Videotape of Defendant’s Remorse Properly Excluded.

A judge has broad discretion to exclude certain evidence that the judge finds is unreliable because it was not, for example, related to a proper police interrogation. Here, at a sentencing hearing in which the death penalty was imposed, the judge excluded a confession by defendant in which he wept over committing the crime, showing remorse. To read more about this case, please click on the following link –

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