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A Davison County judge yesterday ruled that statements a man accused of murder made to police will be included as evidence in the case.  A suppression motion requested by the attorneys of 50-year old Anthony Lewis was denied by Judge Chris Giles (jiles).  Lewis is accused of stabbing Quinn Schleuning (sh-loon-ing) at Lewis’s apartment in downtown Mitchell in August of 2017.  During initial questioning after the incident by police, Lewis did say “I get a lawyer.”  Once a request is made for a lawyer, law enforcement interrogation must cease.  However, Judge Giles ruled that the statement made by Lewis was not a clear request for a lawyer.  Lewis also later actively engaged a different detective, discussed the case with him, and waived his Miranda rights by signing a waiver form.  Lewis is charged with first and second-degree murder and could face life in prison if convicted.  A jury trial is expected to take place later this year.

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