The Supreme Court agreed Monday to decide whether a suspect’s voluntary confession can be admitted into evidence even if he gave the statement before being advised of his rights.

In Dickerson v. United States, the justices will consider whether the police warnings that stemmed from the Court’s landmark Miranda ruling are implicit in the Constitution or if a rarely invoked federal law trumps the 33-year-old decision.

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