Dripps and Kamisar on Maryland v. Shatzer

Over at CrimProf Blog, Don Dripps and Yale Kamisar have a post up about a Miranda case that will be argued on Monday, the first day of the new Term, Maryland v. Shatzer. I agree with Don and Yale that the Court is very likely to rule for the government, given the facts of the case; the real question is how broadly and on what ground.

Incidentally, a few years back I speculated that if blogging had been around in the Warren Court era, Yale Kamisar would have an Interrogation Law & Policy blog that would have been invaluable to the courts of the 1960s. Kudos to Yale for jumping into the blogging fray at CrimProf blog.

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