custodial interrogation

Invocation of Miranda-based Right to Counsel Must Occur in Close Temporal Proximity to Custodial Interrogation

An arrestee’s anticipatory invocation of his Fifth Amendment right to counsel did not require suppression of statements he made during a subsequent uncounseled interrogation, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled in Commonwealth v. Bland

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