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But he is not to be taken to police headquarters in order to carry out a process of inquiry that lends itself, even if not so designed, to eliciting damaging statements to support the arrest and ultimately his guilt. Because the defendant in Mallory had been interrogated for more than seven hours, during which time a judicial officer was readily available for ARRAIGNMENT , the Court held that the defendant’s confession should have been excluded from evidence at trial. The McNabb-Mallory rule is not mandated by the Constitution.

Funding is available to states for this voluntary program. A M E R I C A N L A W , 2 n d E d i t i o n MEDICAL MALPRACTICE A state’s allotment may be used to expand Medicaid, to develop a new program or to expand an existing program to provide health insurance to uninsured children, or to implement a combination of the two approaches. Up to ten percent of a state’s allotment may be used for administrative costs, outreach, or other health care services for children. The new funds must be used to serve children below age 19 living in families with incomes at or below 200 percent of the federal poverty level.

Medicare went into effect in 1966 and was first administered by the SO CIAL SECURIT Y ADMINISTRATION . In 1977, the Medicare program was transferred to the newly created Health Care Financing Administration (HCFA). The HCFA is concerned with the development of policies, programs, procedures, and guidance regarding Medicare recipients, the providers of services—such as hospitals, nursing homes, and physicians—and other organizations that are closely related to the Medicare program. Unlike other federal programs, Medicare is not supported by a large, federal organizational hierarchy.

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