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June 15, 2010

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Ed Armstrong

Though I have mixed feelings about this I do think it better from the standpoint of having law that has a certain clarity to it to maintain the Miranda Warnings as they had been prior to this decision. I understand that the Court is, in all likelihood trying to "error" on the side of the police given the high crime rate in many cities but most police professionals are very well accustomed to giving Miranda warnings if for no other reason than to maintain the validity of their work in any particular instance.

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