In a habeas corpus action challenging petitioner's conviction for first-degree murder, the district court's denial of the petition is affirmed where: 1) the California Court of Appeal's determination that no Miranda violation occurred when police continued to interrogate defendant after he requested a lawyer was an unreasonable application of clearly established federal law; but 2) the California Court of Appeal's determination that the error was harmless was not objectively unreasonable.

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Nov 02, 2020
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Oct 15, 2020
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