The Second Circuit Court of Appeals has held that the loss of a driver's assistant job held over two days is not a "substantial economic loss" and will not render a confession elicited by a private employer at the threat of discharge and at the request of police involuntary and inadmissable.
United States ex rel. Sanney v. Montanye, 500 F.2d 411 (2d Cir.), cert. denied, Sanney v. Smith, 419 U.S. 1027 (1974).
Janet L. Zoltanski,
Constitutional Law - Fifth Amendment - Coerced Confession - State Action - Substantial Economic Loss,
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