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Art. 768. Same; use of confession or inculpatory statement; notice to defendant prior to opening statement

Unless the defendant has been granted pretrial discovery, if the state intends to introduce a confession or inculpatory statement in evidence, it shall so advise the defendant in writing prior to beginning the state's opening statement. If it fails to do so a confession or inculpatory statement shall not be admissible in evidence.

Amended by Acts 1982, No. 735, §1.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Louisiana > Ccrp > Ccrp768

Art. 768. Same; use of confession or inculpatory statement; notice to defendant prior to opening statement

Unless the defendant has been granted pretrial discovery, if the state intends to introduce a confession or inculpatory statement in evidence, it shall so advise the defendant in writing prior to beginning the state's opening statement. If it fails to do so a confession or inculpatory statement shall not be admissible in evidence.

Amended by Acts 1982, No. 735, §1.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Louisiana > Ccrp > Ccrp768

Art. 768. Same; use of confession or inculpatory statement; notice to defendant prior to opening statement

Unless the defendant has been granted pretrial discovery, if the state intends to introduce a confession or inculpatory statement in evidence, it shall so advise the defendant in writing prior to beginning the state's opening statement. If it fails to do so a confession or inculpatory statement shall not be admissible in evidence.

Amended by Acts 1982, No. 735, §1.

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