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Criminal Law: Miranda Warning- Confession Restraint Chair

(1)Where a defendant who was read his Miranda rights and invoked his right to remain silent then later requested to speak to detectives after an officer read to the inmate the formal charges against him, the mere act of being informed of the pending charges did not amount to an interrogation. (2) Where a defendant who ...