Dave has been arrested in connection with a recent string
Dave has been arrested in connection with a recent string of burglaries. While he was in custody, he was shown falsified laboratory results that connected him with the crimes. Based on the false evidence, Dave confessed to the crimes during interrogation. Dave was then given his Miranda warnings and booked. What constitutional rights may Dave assert to prevent his confession being used against him at trial? Does the state have any defenses available? Discuss fully.

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