NYC’s Etan Patz Case Renews Issue of Jail Calls as Evidence

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New York's highest court appears troubled by the use of recorded jail calls as evidence against accused criminals. Attorneys for Pedro Hernandez, scheduled for a second murder trial next month in the 1979 disappearance of Etan Patz in Manhattan, have moved to bar prosecutors from using jail phone conversations against him . . .

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