holding that because the defendant waived his Miranda rights, it was permissible for police to testify to any incriminating statements the defendant made as well as to his indication that he did not want to answer any further questions, and this testimony did not invite the jury to infer the defendant must therefore be guiltySummary of this case from State v. Carter
May 27, 1986, October TERM, 1985.
C.A. 3d Cir. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 769 F. 2d 928.