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Supreme Court / Miranda Argument / Mangino, Tarver Interview #743553

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 09, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The legal challenges to the now 40-year-old Miranda argument being considered by the Supreme Court examined; details given of Colorado & Missouri cases involving suspect rights. [Former Los Angeles police chief Bernard PARKS†- talks about legal circumstances.] [Defense attorney Ron KUBY†- comments on the Missouri Miranda case.] [Supreme Court appellate attorney Thomas GOLDSTEIN†- talks about broadening procedures to stop terrorism.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with Lawrence County, Pennsylvania, district attorney Matt Mangino† & Thenorthstarnetwork.com legal analyst Robert Tarver. [From Pittsburgh, MANGINO - outlines Miranda & interrogation procedures; comments on the Missouri case, the exclusionary rule, the Colorado case, the "custodial interrogation."] [In studio, TARVER - says the fear is the court will carve out exceptions to the Miranda rule; states the bottom line is to encourage the police to do the right thing.]

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