One of the trickier and more important topics in criminal procedure is custodial interrogation.
Even most people outside of law school have heard of the warnings mandated in the landmark Supreme Court case Miranda v. Arizona. "You have the right to remain silent. Everything you say can and will be used against you in a court of blah blah blah."
But how does it work? How do you know when something is or isn't admissible under Miranda and the law of custodial interrogation? Read the free companion blog post on the process for evaluating testimonial statements under the Miranda doctrine.
This chart makes Miranda simple. Finally, a high-resolution, handy chart to make the law of custodial interrogations as straight-forward as possible. A low-resolution picture of the chart is below.