Good DA Story
Defense made their argument, and the important part of the State's response was "Your Honor, I do not believe the State has a good faith basis to assert that [Mr. Defendant] was not on custody at the time he made those statements.
Motion Sustained. Thank goodness seeking Justice isn't a firing offense, if used sparingly.
(It's not all that bad for the State; they've got other witnesses, the Defendant's statements to others, decent circumstantial evidence, and ugly facts "but look what he did!")
Thanks, C. You try a clean case, and you've bucked your corporate culture to do the right thing.