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Miranda Warning Issues

May 11, 2010

Miranda warnings are triggered by a simple formula: Custody + Interrogation = The requirement for Miranda warnings. A motorist is not in "custody" for Miranda purposes when he or she is detained for an ordinary traffic stop.

Supreme Court Validates Tampa PD's Miranda Warning

February 23, 2010
Kevin Dewayne Powell, who was arrested in August 2004 on a charge of being a felon in possession of a firearm, informed officers he possessed a handgun, after police recited their standard Miranda warning to him.

NYPD Will Videotape Interrogations

February 21, 2010
The initiative, which will begin in two of the department's 76 precincts, is opposed by the detectives' union and supported by city district attorneys.

Blood from a Turnip

October 19, 2009

Nothing can captivate a jury with such magnetic power as the live testimony of another human being, or even the reading of a confession in the courtroom. While it is one of the most difficult things to master, knowing and practicing the skills and techniques of good interviewing results in better case information and more convictions in the courtroom.

Speech-to-Speech Handheld

November 1, 2007
ECTACO, known for its electronic language dictionaries and translators, has developed a new hands-free, eyes-free, two-way communication system with an open platform. SpeechGuard PD-5 now allows officers to communicate thoroughly in a multitude of languages (and ways) without the assistance of a human translator.

New MediaSolv VIS Products

September 1, 2007
TranTech has developed three additions to its MediaSolv VIS products. MediaSolv VIS Lite is an inexpensive turnkey solution that gives a small police department recording capability for up to four interview rooms.

Undercover Interrogation

August 1, 2004

The admissibility rule of Miranda v. Arizona generally dictates that you give the standard warning and get a voluntary waiver before interrogating a suspect in custody. But not always.

A Back-to-Basics Approach to Gang Investigators

May 1, 1996

You get dispatched to a possible gang shooting. When you arrive, the scene looks like it came straight out of' the movies. Family members are present and are hysterical. Several gang members are just milling around, and a lifeless body is on the sidewalk.

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