US Supreme Court Docket
Florida v. Powell
Criminal Law and Procedure
I WHETHER THE DECISION OF THE FLORIDA SUPREME COURT HOLDING THAT A SUSPECT MUST BE EXPRESSLY ADVISED OF HIS RIGHT TO COUNSEL DURING CUSTODIAL INTERROGATION, CONFLICTS WITH MIRANDA v. ARIZONA AND DECISIONS OF FEDERAL AND STATE APPELLATE COURTS.
II AND IF SO, DOES THE FAILURE TO PROVIDE EXPRESS ADVICE OF THE RIGHT TO THE PRESENCE OF COUNSEL DURING QUESTIONING VITIATE MIRANDA WARNINGS WHICH ADVISE OF BOTH (A) THE RIGHT TO TALK TO A LAWYER "BEFORE QUESTIONING" AND (B) THE "RIGHT TO USE" THE RIGHT TO CONSULT A LAWYER "AT ANY TIME" DURING QUESTIONING?
- Supreme Court of Florida, No. SC07-2295, Opinion Filed: September 29, 2008
- Docket Sheet From the U.S. Supreme Court.
United States Department of Justice
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