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Court worried about pre-‘Miranda’ silence

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court seems worried about letting prosecutors use a suspect’s pre-Miranda silence against them in court. The justices heard an appeal Wednesday from Genovevo Salinas. During police questioning, and before he was arrested or read his Miranda rights, Salinas did not answer when asked if a shotgun he had access to would ...