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Name: U.S. v. Foster
Court: US Court of Appeals
District 9 Cir
Opinion Date: 09/13/2000
Subsequent History: None
Summary

The district court did not err in determining that appellant’s statements were not the product of improper interrogation. First, the officer’s routine booking questions do not constitute an interrogation. Second, the officer’s comments during conversation between appellant and the officer were not calculated to elicit responses from appellant, and therefore did not constitute an interrogation.