He was read his rights and agreed to waive the right to an attorney. The questioning was several hours following a car accident where the defendant had suffered a concussion. Along with the admission that he had drank a certain amount before driving, his statements during questioning included contradicting information and an admission that he is confused and can't remember certain events that occurred. Can it be argued that his confessions can't be trusted due to lingering effects from the accident? Is there any way we can prevent this evidence from being considered?
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