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Notes: Admissibility Of An Out-Of-Court Confession: Inability To Make An In-Court Identification Of The Defendant As The Out-Of-Court Confessor, Despite Exactness Of Names And Other Circumstantial Evidence Of Identity, Goes To The Admissibility Rather Than To The Weight Of The Confession. Woodson V. State, 325 Md. 251, 600 A.2d 420 (1992), Roberta C. Sinopole Jan 1993

Notes: Admissibility Of An Out-Of-Court Confession: Inability To Make An In-Court Identification Of The Defendant As The Out-Of-Court Confessor, Despite Exactness Of Names And Other Circumstantial Evidence Of Identity, Goes To The Admissibility Rather Than To The Weight Of The Confession. Woodson V. State, 325 Md. 251, 600 A.2d 420 (1992), Roberta C. Sinopole

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