The Supreme Court made major revisions to the now familiar Miranda warnings this year. The rulings will change the ways police, lawyers and criminal suspects interact amid what experts call an attempt to pull back some of the rights that Americans have become used to over recent decades. The Court placed limits on the rights three times during the just-ended session. Experts viewed the large number of rulings as a statistical aberration, but some feel it is too much tinkering around the edges.
Supreme Court Trims 'Miranda' Warning Rights Bit by Bit
The Associated Press
August 2, 2010