Miranda Ploy Brings Reversal In Ca. Murder Case

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A deputy sheriff “ploy” to avoid advising a suspect of his Miranda rights was cited by a court to overturn a nine-year-old murder conviction. The Los Angeles Times says the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit noted that Ventura County, Ca., Sheriff’s Sgt. Michael Barnes often failed to advise suspects of their rights.
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