Confession. Voluntariness. Trial court erred in denying defendant's motion to suppress his post-Miranda interrogation statements. Detective's failure to re-read Miranda rights to defendant after defendant reinitiated conversation with detective rendered defendant's confession involuntary, despite the fact that detective made a reasonable inquiry into whether defendant remembered and understood his Miranda rights.
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