Custodial Interrogations and Miranda Warnings
In February 2012, the Supreme Court of the United States issued an opinion refining the circumstances when Miranda warnings are necessary in a custodial situation.
You will learn:
- Not all custodial interrogations require Miranda warnings.
- The criteria to use when assessing whether a custodial interrogation is taking place.
- What creates a coercive atmosphere.
- What are the custodial interrogations that are exceptions to the rule.
- Prison or jail does not necessarily require Miranda warnings before an interrogation.
- When can the 14 day interruption rule be used.
Includes a 20 minute audio CD with a PowerPoint presentation.
Featuring Henry M. Quinlan, Esq.
CD Price: $30.00
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