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United States v. Abdallah

A suspect’s invocation of his Miranda rights is an invocation of his Miranda rights—even if he invokes them in an angry tone, holds the Fourth Circuit, declining to require suspects to walk a “tonal tightrope” in their interactions with police.


Tags: 2018, Fifth Amendment, Fourth Circuit, Police, Self-Incrimination

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