The Supreme Court held that, in a continual custodial interrogation, when Miranda warnings are given after a suspect has confessed they do not effectively protect the privilege against self-incrimination and that any subsequent confessions made should be suppressed.
Missouri v. Seibert, 124 S. Ct. 2601 (2004).
Mitchell W. Paterline,
A New Challenge to Miranda: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Mid-Interrogation Miranda Warnings and the Admissibility of Subsequent Confessions: Missouri v. Siebert,
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