Written by attorney Michael Aaron Goldstein

California Criminal Justice Process

Do you understand your Miranda Rights? The United States Supreme Court has ruled: "The prosecution ... does not need to show that a waiver of Miranda rights was express. An implicit waiver of the right to remain silent is sufficient to admit a suspects statement into evidence.

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