Nearly everybody knows about the right to remain silent, but nobody’s exercising it — at least when it comes to Dickerson v. United States.

The case, to be argued April 19, is one of the most talked-about disputes before the Supreme Court this term. And with good reason. For the first time in 34 years, the high court has a chance to scuttle the landmark precedent it set in Miranda v. Arizona.

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