Law Enforcement Intelligence Report

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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