Greenwald v. Wisconsin
390 U.S. 519 (1968)

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Greenwald v. Wisconsin, 390 U.S. 519 (1968)

Greenwald v. Wisconsin

No. 417, Misc.

Decided April 1, 1968

390 U.S. 519

Syllabus

On the "totality of the circumstances" surrounding petitioner's inculpatory statements admitted into evidence at the trial which resulted in his convictions (lack of counsel (despite petitioner's remark that he was "entitled" to counsel), food, sleep, medication, and adequate warnings as to constitutional rights), held, such statements were not voluntary.

Certiorari granted; 35 Wis.2d 146, 150 N.W.2d 507, reversed.

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