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Miranda Warnings Too Late in Home Search (access required)

The 4th Circuit reverses defendant’s child pornography conviction because police did not give the 19-year-old community college student his Miranda rights until two hours into a three-hour custodial interrogation in the basement of his home, which had been entered by 15 to 30 armed state and federal agents. Here, the broader setting makes clear why a ...

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