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Although a state trooper told defendant that he was not under arrest, defendant’s hands were in handcuffs and he was placed in a locked patrol car; therefore, because the trooper was required to give Miranda warnings before questioning defendant, the trial court erred in denying defendant’s motion to suppress.
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