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    If I was standing in my front yard with a knife in hand it had blood all over it and someone call 911 and an officer approach me and asked me "what happened"? and I stated,"I just stabbed my husband to his death." I was arrested and later convicted of second degree murder. My attorney asked to have the motion suppress. Should the motion be granted based on the nature of the officer's encounter with me?

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    The officer saw you with a knife and you were bloody but what was the motive? What was the situation? Was it in self defense? What was your state of mind? These are all key factors. The motion could be granted.
    Many laws are written and this outlines the right you would have in such a case in Nebraska:
    Section 29-824
    Motion to suppress; appeal; review; appeal after conviction.

    "If such motion has been granted in the county court, the Attorney General or the county attorney or prosecuting attorney may file his or her application with the clerk of the district court in the district in which the motion has been granted asking for a summary review of the order granting the ...

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    The solution discusses If I was standing in my front yard with a knife in hand it had blood all over it and someone call 911 and an officer approach me and asked me "what happened"? and I stated,"I just stabbed my husband to his death." I was arrested and later convicted of second degree murder. My attorney asked to have the motion suppress. Should the motion be granted based on the nature of the officer's encounter with me?

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