Right To Remain Silent?

NPR's Nina Totenberg reports that the Supreme Court will reconsider one of its most controversial rulings: Miranda versus Arizona. The 1966 decision requires police to inform suspects of their right to remain silent and to have a lawyer present during questioning.



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