State v. Owen

At Alisha Owen’s 1991 perjury trial, the state engaged in unbridaled character assassination, calling a parade of witnesses who testified about her moral turpitiude. In his testimony, FBI agent Mott recited a litany of Owen’s alleged lies. One of her appellate attorneys later enumerated examples where FBI agent Mott acted as a “know all, see all, hearsay exempt” witness when testifying about the FBI’s interviews with Owen in prison, all conducted without a Miranda warning.

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