You have the right to … That’s your “Miranda” rights. Umm, pretty much gone now. This is from Reuters, so it’s not a conspiracy theory, it’s F’ing mainstream media (MSM).
Unreal, I just can’t believe that we are allowing our government to continue to erode our rights. It’s time for more people to wake up, educate themselves and do something about it.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that police, under certain circumstances, can initiate an interrogation of a suspect without the defendant’s lawyer being present.
By a 5-4 vote, the conservative majority overruled a 23-year-old Supreme Court decision that barred the police from initiating questioning after a defendant asserted the right to an attorney at an arraignment or similar proceeding.
The 1986 decision held that once a defendant invoked the right to counsel, only the suspect, and not the police, can initiate the contact.
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