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  • Suppressing Statement (Part Three- When Does the Right to a Lawyer Attach?)
    Suppressing Statement (Part Three- When Does the Right to a Lawyer Attach?)

    This is the third part of a multipart blog post written by a New York City criminal defense attorney that centers around issues concerning Miranda warnings and the suppression of statements. Part One ...

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  • Suppressing Statements (Part Two- When Is Police Conduct an Interrogation?)
    Suppressing Statements (Part Two- When Is Police Conduct an Interrogation?)

    This is the second part of a multipart blog post written by a New York criminal defense attorney centering around issues concerning Miranda rights and what the remedy is when they are violated. Part ...

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  • Suppressing Statements (Part One - When Are Cops Required to Read Miranda Warnings)
    Suppressing Statements (Part One - When Are Cops Required to Read Miranda Warnings)

    “You have the right to remain silent and to refuse to answer questions; anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law; you have the right to an attorney; if you can afford an ...

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  • When the police can search you (Part Four- your home)
    When the police can search you (Part Four- your home)

    This is the fourth part of a multipart blog post about search and seizure law. I previously discussed legal issues surrounding street encounters with the police under the federal and New York ...

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  • When the police can search you (Part Three- car stops)
    When the police can search you (Part Three- car stops)

    This is a multi-part blog post written by a criminal defense attorney dedicated to explaining the circumstances in which the police are allowed to search a person, his car, or his home. Parts one and ...

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  • When the police can search you (Part Two- street stops under NY constitution
    When the police can search you (Part Two- street stops under NY constitution

    In the previous blog post , I wrote about the circumstances under which a police officer may search someone they encounter on the street within the confines of the federal constitution. In other ...

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