That is why I think this decision will have little, if any, practical effect on police practices. For those in custody, Edwards v. Arizona, 451 U. S. 477 (1981), and its progeny go far to protect an individual who desires the assistance of counsel during interrogation. If all the dissent means by a "preference for an inquisitorial system" is a preference not to require the presence of counsel during an investigatory interview where the interviewee has not requested it — that is a strange way to put it, but we are guilty. The deputies promptly ended the interview. McNeil waived his Miranda rights when talking to the detective about t In Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U. S. 436 (1966), we established a number of prophylactic rights designed to counteract the "inherently compelling pressures" of custodial interrogation, including the right to have counsel present. [n.3], "This Court is forever adding new stories to the temples of constitutional law, and the temples have a way of collapsing when one story too many is added." See Arizona v. Roberson, 486 U. S. 675, 486 U. S. 688 (1988) (KENNEDY, J., dissenting). See 475 U. S., at 632-633. We granted certiorari, 498 U.S. ----, 111 S.Ct. 1682, 1688-1691, 64 L.Ed.2d 297 (1980). . McNEIL v. WISCONSIN. Eventually, McNeil was tried for the Caledonia murder. [2], Petitioner urges upon us the desirability of providing a "clear and unequivocal" guideline for the police: no police-initiated questioning of any person in custody who has requested counsel to assist him in defense or in interrogation. We think that is false as a matter of fact and inadvisable (if even permissible) as a contrary-to-fact presumption of policy. This work is in the public domain in the United States because it is a work of the United States federal government (see 17 U.S.C. McNeil denied being there, however. And just as the right is offense-specific, so also its Michigan v. Jackson effect of invalidating subsequent waivers in police-initiated interviews is offense-specific.
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That is why I think this decision will have little, if any, practical effect on police practices. For those in custody, Edwards v. Arizona, 451 U. S. 477 (1981), and its progeny go far to protect an individual who desires the assistance of counsel during interrogation. If all the dissent means by a "preference for an inquisitorial system" is a preference not to require the presence of counsel during an investigatory interview where the interviewee has not requested it — that is a strange way to put it, but we are guilty. The deputies promptly ended the interview. McNeil waived his Miranda rights when talking to the detective about t In Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U. S. 436 (1966), we established a number of prophylactic rights designed to counteract the "inherently compelling pressures" of custodial interrogation, including the right to have counsel present. [n.3], "This Court is forever adding new stories to the temples of constitutional law, and the temples have a way of collapsing when one story too many is added." See Arizona v. Roberson, 486 U. S. 675, 486 U. S. 688 (1988) (KENNEDY, J., dissenting). See 475 U. S., at 632-633. We granted certiorari, 498 U.S. ----, 111 S.Ct. 1682, 1688-1691, 64 L.Ed.2d 297 (1980). . McNEIL v. WISCONSIN. Eventually, McNeil was tried for the Caledonia murder. [2], Petitioner urges upon us the desirability of providing a "clear and unequivocal" guideline for the police: no police-initiated questioning of any person in custody who has requested counsel to assist him in defense or in interrogation. We think that is false as a matter of fact and inadvisable (if even permissible) as a contrary-to-fact presumption of policy. This work is in the public domain in the United States because it is a work of the United States federal government (see 17 U.S.C. McNeil denied being there, however. And just as the right is offense-specific, so also its Michigan v. Jackson effect of invalidating subsequent waivers in police-initiated interviews is offense-specific.
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Pennsylvania v. Muniz, 496 U. S. —, — (1990) (slip op. Arizona v. Roberson, 486 U. S. 675 (1988). They again began the interview by administering the Miranda warnings, and obtaining petitioner's signature and initials on the waiver form. As to the former: The purpose of the Sixth Amendment counsel guarantee-and hence the purpose of invoking it-is to "protec[t] the unaided layman at critical confrontations" with his "expert adversary," the government, after "the adverse positions of government and defendant have solidified" with respect to a particular alleged crime. It is undisputed, and we accept for purposes of the present case, that at the time petitioner provided the incriminating statements at issue, his Sixth Amendment right had attached and had been invoked with respect to the West Allis armed robbery, for which he had been formally charged. Douglas v. Jeannette, 319 U.S. 157, 181, 63 S.Ct. Pp. Our response to that contention was not that it did constitute such an expression, but that it did not have to, since the relevant question was not whether the Miranda "Fifth Amendment" right had been asserted, but whether the Sixth Amendment right to counsel had been waived. Even if petitioner had invoked his Fifth Amendment right with respect to the West Allis armed robbery, I do not believe the authorities should have been prohibited from questioning him in connection with the Caledonia offenses. STEVENS, J., filed a dissenting opinion, in which MARSHALL and BLACKMUN, JJ., joined, post, p. 501 U. S. 183. His pretrial motion to suppress the three incriminating statements was denied. Thus, waivers of Miranda rights are generally situation-specific and easy to accomplish, while waivers of the right to counsel for purposes of trial waive it for not only the trial but ancillary proceedings as well, and is correspondingly more difficult to effectuate. Gary M. Luck, Milwaukee, Wis., for petitioner. McNeil waived his Miranda rights when talking to the detective about the Caledonia murder. In an opinion for the Court, Justice Scalia agreed with the lower courts that the fact that McNeil had been represented by a lawyer at the bail hearing on the West Allis robbery charge did not give McNeil a right to counsel with respect to the Caledonia murders. at 474 U. S. 180, n. 16. In Edwards v. Arizona, 451 U.S. 477, 101 S.Ct. The holding of Jackson implicitly rejects any equivalence in fact between invocation of the Sixth Amendment right to counsel and the expression necessary to trigger Edwards. "One might be quite willing to speak to the police without counsel present concerning many matters, but not the matter under prosecution. McNeil waived his Miranda rights when talking to the detective about the Caledonia murder. This time, McNeil waived his Miranda rights and then admitted he had lied to the police in the previous interview regarding the involvement of one of the other men. McNeil denied being there, however. Whatever the future may portend, the Court's new rule can only dim the "bright-line" quality of prior cases such as Edwards v. Arizona, 451 U. S. 477 (1981), Solem v. Stumes, 465 U. S. 638 (1984), and Michigan v. Jackson, 475 U. S. 625 (1986). 105). Requesting the assistance of an attorney at a bail hearing does not bear that construction. Charged with an armed robbery in West Allis, Wisconsin, petitioner McNeil was represented by a public defender at a bail hearing. The Sixth Amendment right, however, is offense-specific. That is not necessarily true, since suspects often believe that they can avoid the laying of charges by demonstrating an assurance of innocence through frank and unassisted answers to questions. He was arraigned, and a bail hearing was held. The Edwards rule, moreover, is not offense-specific: once a suspect invokes the Miranda right to counsel for interrogation regarding one offense, he may not be reapproached regarding any offense unless counsel is present. Petitioner placed his initials next to every reference to himself and signed every page. If the Miranda right to counsel can be invoked at a preliminary hearing, it could be argued, there is no logical reason why it could not be invoked by a letter prior to arrest, or indeed even prior to identification as a suspect. But the police do not need our assistance to establish such a, guideline; they are free, if they wish, to adopt it on their own. Petitioner placed his initials next to every reference to himself and signed every page. STEVENS, J., filed a dissenting opinion, in which MARSHALL and BLACKMUN, JJ., joined. "desire to deal with the police only through counsel," Edwards, supra, 451 U.S. at 451 U. S. 484. [T]o exclude evidence pertaining to charges as to which the Sixth Amendment right to counsel had not attached at the time the evidence was obtained, simply because other charges were pending at that time, would unnecessarily frustrate the public's interest in the investigation of criminal activities. 501 U. S. 175-182. Because petitioner provided the statements at issue here before his Sixth Amendment right to counsel with respect to the Caledonia offenses had been (or even could have been) invoked, that right poses no bar to the admission of the statements in this case. ", Douglas v. Jeannette, 319 U. S. 157, 319 U. S. 181 (1943) (opinion of Jackson, J.). ^3  The dissent predicts that the result in this case will routinely be circumvented when, "[i]n future preliminary hearings, competent counsel .

That is why I think this decision will have little, if any, practical effect on police practices. For those in custody, Edwards v. Arizona, 451 U. S. 477 (1981), and its progeny go far to protect an individual who desires the assistance of counsel during interrogation. If all the dissent means by a "preference for an inquisitorial system" is a preference not to require the presence of counsel during an investigatory interview where the interviewee has not requested it — that is a strange way to put it, but we are guilty. The deputies promptly ended the interview. McNeil waived his Miranda rights when talking to the detective about t In Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U. S. 436 (1966), we established a number of prophylactic rights designed to counteract the "inherently compelling pressures" of custodial interrogation, including the right to have counsel present. [n.3], "This Court is forever adding new stories to the temples of constitutional law, and the temples have a way of collapsing when one story too many is added." See Arizona v. Roberson, 486 U. S. 675, 486 U. S. 688 (1988) (KENNEDY, J., dissenting). See 475 U. S., at 632-633. We granted certiorari, 498 U.S. ----, 111 S.Ct. 1682, 1688-1691, 64 L.Ed.2d 297 (1980). . McNEIL v. WISCONSIN. Eventually, McNeil was tried for the Caledonia murder. [2], Petitioner urges upon us the desirability of providing a "clear and unequivocal" guideline for the police: no police-initiated questioning of any person in custody who has requested counsel to assist him in defense or in interrogation. We think that is false as a matter of fact and inadvisable (if even permissible) as a contrary-to-fact presumption of policy. This work is in the public domain in the United States because it is a work of the United States federal government (see 17 U.S.C. McNeil denied being there, however. And just as the right is offense-specific, so also its Michigan v. Jackson effect of invalidating subsequent waivers in police-initiated interviews is offense-specific.

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