Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
George L. Russell, Jr., with whom was Richard K. Jacobsen on the brief, for appellant.
Julius A. Romano, Assistant Attorney General, with whom were Thomas B. Finan, Attorney General, Charles E. Moylan, Jr. and Stanley Cohen, State's Attorney and Assistant State's Attorney, respectively, for Baltimore City, on the brief, for appellee.
The cause was argued before PRESCOTT, C.J., and HORNEY, SYBERT, OPPENHEIMER and BARNES, JJ.
Court of Appeals of Maryland.
Certiorari denied, Supreme Court of the United States, April 18, 1966.
SYBERT, J., delivered the opinion of the Court.
On March 24, 1963, the appellant, Joseph Dailey, was arrested in connection with the burglary of the American Express Company office in Baltimore. At the time of his arrest he made certain statements to the police and the police seized certain objects from his room. After he was taken to Central police station, he admitted having committed...
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