Clifton Terrell Jr.’s story may serve as a lesson to murder suspects everywhere: Resist the urge to call your momma.
When he was tried in San Francisco Superior Court for murdering the son of a state senator, the trial court excluded Terrell’s confession to police. But the court allowed the prosecution to use a secretly recorded phone call Terrell made to his mother and three other relatives right after his interrogators left the room.
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