U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit ‘Miranda’ Two-Step Interrogation Technique United States v. Capers 07-1830-cr Appealed from the Southern District of New York Background: The government appeals from an order entered in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York to suppress inculpatory statements made by the defendant-appellee while in custody. In […]
Appellate Division, Fourth Department Suppression Understanding ‘Miranda’ warnings People v. Sanchez KA 07-00806 Appealed from Wayne County Court Background: A defendant was convicted after trial of several sex offenses. On appeal, one of the issues raised was whether his statements to police should have been suppressed. The defendant contended the prosecution failed to established that [&hell[...]
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Hammered for months by Republicans as soft on terrorism, Attorney General Eric Holder and the rest of the Obama administration are suddenly playing offense, offering to work with Congress on a law that would let ...
The statement of a defendant who exercised his Miranda right not to speak without an attorney, but was questioned by police again for the same crime more than two years later, need not ...
A Miranda warning given by Florida officers indicating the right to an attorney “before” questioning adequately informed the defendant of his Fifth Amendment rights, the U.S. Supreme ...
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