#410 - Interrogations and Confessions after Minnick

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#410 - Interrogations and Confessions after Minnick

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Since 1966, law enforcement officers have adhered to the guidelines and restrictions of the landmark Miranda decision. However, several Supreme Court decisions handed down since 1988 have substantially altered the rules of Miranda concerning officer interrogation of individuals in custody and the admissibility of confessions thereby obtained.

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