Attorney in double Princetown murder wants defendant’s statements kept out of trial

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The attorney of Nicholas Fiebka – the man accused of killing his mother and her boyfriend in Princetown – wants his statements kept out of any possible trial.

Specifically, when Fiebka reportedly told two corrections officers who interviewed him after the deadly shootings that he killed his mother.

Fiebka’s attorney argued officers violated Fiebka’s rights by not reading him his Miranda rights.

The district attorney argued that Miranda rights were not necessary, because the questioning was part of a routine administrative function, not an investigation.

The judge is expected to rule on the issue within the next few weeks.