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Supreme Court / Police / Miranda Rights #184503

ABC Evening News for Monday, Dec 06, 1999
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Supreme Court: Terry Moran) Supreme Court hearing on a major attempt to overturn the Miranda ruling guaranteeing suspects rights in police questioning examined; details given of the original 1966 case which dramatically changed police work. [University of Utah College of Law Paul CASSELL - says Miranda has kept the police from solving violent crimes.] [University of Chicago Law School Stephen SCHULHOFER, former New York City police commissioner William BRATTON - defend the Miranda system.] The Virginia bank robbery case being considered by the court noted.

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Admission that the story was out of sync noted.

Jennings, Peter;
Moran, Terry

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