[WEBINAR] Public Safety vs Miranda Rights

[WEBINAR] Public Safety vs Miranda Rights
Public Safety vs Miranda Rights – New York v. Quarles: The Debate Continues
1 NY Credit: 1 Skills; Transitional and Non-transitional; 1 NJ Credit: 1 General

Faculty: Steven Hyman, McLaughlin &Stern; Anthony Lang, FBI

Moderator: Mark B. Rosen, Esq., Brooklyn Law School; John Jay College of Criminal Justice

New York v. Quarles, 467 U.S. 649 (1984), was a decision by the United States Supreme Court regarding the public safety exception to the normal Fifth Amendment requirements of the Miranda warning. The question in that case was whether the Court should suppress the respondent's statement about the gun and the gun itself because the officer had failed to read the respondent his Miranda rights before the respondent had made the incriminating statement?

Steven Hyman has argued in that Supreme Court case on behalf of the respondent Quarles.

Join us as we discuss the latest issues related to public safety and Miranda rights.

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12/3/2021 12:55 PM - 12/3/2021 1:45 PM

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