Miranda Challenge Leads To Overturned Conviction

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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The 1966 U.S. Supreme Court decision in Arizona v. Miranda established a person's right to be silent when questioned by police, and to have an attorney present. But the issue isn't always clear cut and every so often Connecticut appellate courts field legal challenges claiming Miranda violations.

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