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North Carolina Court of Appeals Finds That Erroneous Completion of Juvenile Waiver of Rights Form Did Not Bar Admissibility of Confession

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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N.C. Court of Appeals Rules That Defendant Did Not Make An Unambiguous Assertion of Right to Counsel Under Miranda to Bar Officer’s Custodial Interrogation

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New Bulletin on Juvenile Interrogations

Field Sobriety Testing and the Fifth Amendment

Interrogating Tsarnaev

Rights Upon Arrest

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