The Criminal Docket

AN E-PUBLICATION  OF  THE  CRIMINAL  JUSTICE  SECTION OF  THE  LOS  ANGELES  COUNTY  BAR  ASSOCIATION

   June 2010                            Criminal Docket Archive

Volume III, Number 10   

 

A Message from the Chair

Dear Members,

This issue of The Criminal Docket presents a "One Minute Brief" that considers the question: After a custodial suspect has received and understands Miranda warnings, may police interrogate, even though no express waiver has been obtained, and even if the suspect initially says nothing?

    
     Sincerely,

Jodi Zucker Taksar, Chair, Criminal Justice Section


Scheduled Events:


In This Issue:

One Minute Briefs from L.A. County District Attorney:

June 1, 2010: May police interrogate a custodial suspect after Miranda warnings are understood even though no express waiver has been obtained, and even if the suspect initially says nothing?

 


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