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  • Can you sue police if your Miranda rights are violated? In Vega v. Tekoh, Supreme Court says no

    NPR - 06/28/2022

    Daniel Medwed: The whole concept of the Miranda warnings derives from a 1966 case, Miranda v. Arizona, in which the Supreme Court held that prior to what’s called a custodial interrogation, the police must provide suspects with certain warnings.

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