The future of Miranda rights after recent Supreme Court decision
A Supreme Court ruling on Jun. 23 stripped away a person’s ability to sue for damages if evidence is procured without police reading their Miranda rights.
Here & Now‘s Celeste Headlee speaks with University of Michigan law professor Eve Brensike Primus about the ruling and what it could mean for defendants.
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