While police never expressly informed the defendant that he was free to leave the scene of an accident, Connecticut law imposes no such affirmative obligation on law enforcement personnel; rather, whether a defendant is specifically apprised of the right to leave is but one consideration in the totality of circumstances analysis of whether he was seized.
State v. Doyle
Connecticut Appellate Court
December 3, 2012
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