Wednesday, March 6, 2019

5th Amendment Pretrial Motions to Suppress Evidence of Criminal Confessions

This video explains 5th Amendment pretrial motions to suppress evidence of criminal confessions and how they are used to defend criminal charges. Visit for additional details about pre-trial motions to suppress confessions and criminal defense lawyers in Bryan-College Station, TX.

In this video, criminal defense attorney Stephen Gustitis considers when pre-trial motions to suppress evidence can be used to suppress confessions from a criminal trial. The video discusses some common situations where a confession is illegally obtained. For example, a confession following an illegal detention, involuntary confessions, and confessions obtained in violation of Miranda rights. The video is #4 in our series on pretrial motions in criminal prosecutions and discusses criminal pre-trial proceedings. Steve is a Texas Board Certified Criminal Defense Attorney practicing in Bryan-College Station, Texas. He has more than 27 years of experience in the field of criminal law and criminal defense in Brazos County. His videos cover a range of the best defense tactics and criminal defense strategies, including how to use pretrial motions to suppress confessions from criminal court.

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