Category : Interrogation Process

  • False Confessions: Why Do They Happen?

    Posted Jun 14th, 2013 By in Interrogation Process With | Comments Off on False Confessions: Why Do They Happen?

    Criminal defense attorneys know perhaps better than anyone that a confession does not equate to guilt. There are many external psychological and legal factors that can goad a suspect into confessing to a crime that they did not commit. On Wednesday, during the highly publicized homicide trial of David C. Paul, University of Nevada psychologist …

  • What is Probable Cause?

    Posted Apr 26th, 2013 By in Criminal Law, Interrogation Process, Uncategorized With | Comments Off on What is Probable Cause?

    We’ve heard about it all the time: the police search a house or a car because they had probable cause. But what exactly is probable cause, and what does that allow police officers to do? If a police officer encounters facts or evidence that would lead a reasonable person to believe that a crime has …

  • 17 Common Legal Defenses in California

    Posted Jan 18th, 2013 By in Child Endangerment, Criminal Law, DUI, Interrogation Process With | Comments Off on 17 Common Legal Defenses in California

    When you find that you’ve been charged with a crime, you hope for the best criminal defense attorney you can get. But you need to be aware of your options during the defense. If you find yourself caught in any of these situations, you already know what to push for. A list of the 17 …

  • How to Protect Yourself By Asserting Your Miranda Rights

    Posted Jun 4th, 2012 By in Criminal Law, Interrogation Process, Miranda Rights With | Comments Off on How to Protect Yourself By Asserting Your Miranda Rights

    The Daily Appellate Report shares a case about a juvenile’s repeated requests to speak with his mother during post-Miranda waiver interview and how it was perceived as not being a clear assertion of Miranda rights under the circumstances of the case. In Davis v. United States (1994) 512 U.S. 452 (Davis) the U.S. Supreme Court …

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