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Archives for: June 28th, 2013

Supreme Court limits the power of Miranda-related silence

Written by Moses & Rooth on June 28, 2013

Thanks to a startling number of references in television, books and movies, most American adults understand their basic Miranda rights, even if they are unsure of what they are called. Generally, exercising one’s “right to remain silent” is perhaps the single-most well understood response to being arrested behind calling an…Read More

Orlando arrest crosses Fourth Amendment lines

Written by Moses & Rooth on May 1, 2013

Police misconduct can occur on a number of different levels. An officer may leave pertinent information out of a police report, conduct an identification process that crosses lines or even become overly physical during an arrest, and there are consequences for the violation of citizen rights or limitations set out…Read More

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