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Abstract

The purpose of this note is to analyze the North Carolina Supreme Court's decision in State v. Franklin, in light of the United States Supreme Court's Edwards rule, to show how the North Carolina court deviated from the rule and failed to exclude from trial evidence obtained in violation of defendant's constitutionally protected rights.

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