Tag Archives: custody

Court of Appeals Rules That Probationer Was Not in Custody When Handcuffed for Safety Reasons

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New North Carolina Appellate Cases on the Meaning of Custody Under Miranda v. Arizona

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The Meaning of Custody During Traffic Stops Under Miranda v. Arizona and Berkemer v. McCarty

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New Bulletin on Juvenile Interrogations

Interrogation in Jail or Prison Isn’t Always “Custodial”

J.D.B., the Supreme Court, and Miranda

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United States Supreme Court to Review In re J.D.B.

Are Terry Stops “Custodial” for Miranda Purposes?

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The Supreme Court on Miranda: Shatzer and Powell

Personal Characteristics and “Custody” for Miranda Purposes