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More Miranda Than Ya Can Handa–UPDATE!

Thursday, April 15th, 2010

Miranda rights seem to be the topic du jour for the Supreme Court this year. As you know, the Court recently decided how long after the release of a suspect the police must wait before re-questioning said subject without the previously requested lawyer present. Now the Supremes have ruled that the wording of Miranda rights, […]

Shatzer — UPDATE!!

Monday, April 5th, 2010

As you may remember, I posted a few months ago a potential landmark decision regarding our Miranda rights and asking for a lawyer during police interrogations. I have an update to share with you. The Supreme Court has made a ruling in Maryland v. Shatzer. The background on this case involves Michael Shatzer, a father […]