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08-1470 Berghuis v. Thompkins

Criminal ProcedureRight to remain silentSilence during an interrogation does not invoke the right to remain silent.A suspect's Miranda right to counsel must be invoked "unambiguously." Davis v. United States, 512 U. S. 452, 459. If the accused makes an "ambiguous or equivocal" statement or no statement, the police are not required to end the interrogation, ...

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