What's Happened to Our Miranda Rights? by New Hampshire DWI Lawyer Mark Stevens

What has happened to your Miranda rights? Do they still matter, or have they been reduced to a meaningless ritual? New Hampshire DWI and criminal defense lawyer Mark Stevens and Massachusetts OUI and criminal defense lawyer Jay Milligan are guests of Attorney Kendra Cooper on this episode of Q & A. The topic is the current state of a citizen's Miranda rights, and what constitutes a waiver of Miranda rights, in light of the United States Supreme Court's landmark decision in Berghuis v. Thompkins on June 1, 2010. A discussion of the Thompkins case and how it may affect future criminal cases in New Hampshire and Massachusetts under federal constitutional analysis. Here is a link to the video which is now up on YouTube:

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Attorney Mark Stevens
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Salem, NH 03079
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