Monday, April 29, 2013

KY Supreme Court tells school officials acting as police proxies to advise students of Miranda rights before interrogating them about illegal activities

A deeply divided Kentucky Supreme court has ruled that school administrators and school resource officers cannot question students without first reading them their Miranda rights. The case arose after a Nelson County student was not informed of the possible criminal implications of speaking with an assistant principal and school resource officer until after admitting to an offense and being arrested.

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