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Berghuis v. Thompkins

BERGHUIS v. THOMPKINS (2010), deals with an individual who was determined to have waived his Miranda rights after “he was largely silent during the 3-hour interrogation, but near the end, he answered ‘yes’ when asked if he prayed to God to forgive him for the shooting.”

Colorado v. Connelly

(Federal, Miranda Waiver and Mental Illness)

Drogin, E. (2009.) Miranda Warnings:
The Latest Research & Its Implications.

Section Review-Massachusetts Bar Association, 11(1)

Miranda v. Arizona

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