Nos. 1 CA-CR 92-1386, 1 CA-CR 92-1391.

184 Ariz. 571 (1995)

911 P.2d 577

STATE of Arizona, Appellee, v. Lester Earl STRAYHAND, Appellant.

Court of Appeals of Arizona, Division 1, Department B.

Review Denied February 21, 1996.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Grant Woods, Attorney General by Paul J. McMurdie, Chief Counsel, Criminal Appeals Section, and John Pressley Todd, Assistant Attorney General, Phoenix, for appellee.

Sandra B. Freedman, Tucson, for appellant.



The Defendant, Lester Earl Strayhand, was convicted, following a trial by jury, of three counts of armed robbery and two counts of theft. Strayhand's confessions as to one of the thefts and all the robberies should not have been admitted in evidence. The State had the burden of showing that the confessions were voluntary and the totality of circumstances compels the conclusion that the police obtained those confessions...

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