Docket No. 71870, (Calendar No. 9).

421 Mich. 207 (1984)

364 N.W.2d 625


Supreme Court of Michigan.

Decided December 28, 1984.

Released February 1, 1985.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Frank J. Kelley, Attorney General, Louis J. Caruso, Solicitor General, L. Brooks Patterson, Prosecuting Attorney, Robert C. Williams, Chief Appellate Counsel, and Graham K. Crabtree, Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, for the people.

LaBarge, Dinning, Lyons & Greve, P.C. (by Robert G. Lyons), for the defendant.


The defendant was convicted of three counts of criminal sexual conduct in the first degree, MCL 750.520b; MSA 28.788(2). The Court of Appeals reversed those convictions because it found that the defendant, who had waived his right to have his counsel present at a polygraph examination, had not knowingly and understandingly waived that right as to post-examination interrogation. The Court ruled that since counsel...

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