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Salinas v. Texas: How the Supreme Court’s Decision in a Murder Case Impacts the Issue of “Remaining Silent” in Corporate White...

The Supreme Court recently issued an opinion in a Texas murder case that has broad implications for any corporate representative or employee who seeks to invoke his or her Fifth Amendment Right against self-incrimination in...more

A New Day: Public Safety Trumps Miranda Rights

On April 15, 2013 explosive devices planted along the route of the annual Boston Marathon killed three people and horribly injured scores more. Two brothers, Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, became suspects in the horrific...more

The Supreme Court's Decision In Salinas v. Texas: Implications For White Collar Investigations

At the outset of a white collar investigation, counsel will invariably advise the client that if a government investigator unexpectedly appears seeking to “just ask a few questions,” the client should politely decline and...more

BB&K Police Chief Bulletin: “Two-Step” Interrogation - Intentionally Delayed Miranda Warnings Yield Inadmissible Evidence

Overview: The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently reversed a drug conviction in a case where FBI agents deliberately delayed Miranda warnings to induce the defendant’s confession. The court found that the agents had...more

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