Criminal Law Blog — Vacation Edition

I’m on vacation this week, so my blogging will be a little lighter fare than usual. Today, I thought I’d call attention to this article in the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin. It is an excellent explanation of Maryland v. Shatzer, the Miranda decision about which I blogged here. I am still getting quite a few questions about Shatzer, the “break in custody” analysis, and the 14-day waiting period established by Shatzer. The Bulletin article is a very good synopsis for lawyers and officers alike.

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