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  Activity 4 in the Practical Life Lessons Program, a library program I created and implemented at a high school for INLS 735 Youth Services in a Diverse Society.
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  • 1. The Right to Remain Silent Practical Life Lessons Activity 4 INLS 735: Youth Services in a Diverse Society Spring 2015 Latia Ward
  • 2. Main Points Main Points Overview Origin Custodial Interrogation Routine Booking Information Scenario Exit Ticket Practical Life Lessons: The Right to Remain Silent Latia Ward • Overview • Origin • Custodial Interrogation • Routine Booking Information • Scenario Disclaimer: The information in this presentation is general information and is not legal advice. Those seeking legal advice should contact an attorney.
  • 3. Practical Life Lessons: The Right to Remain Silent Latia Ward Overview of the Right to Remain Silent “No person…shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself.” U.S. Const. amend. V. Main Points Overview Origin Custodial Interrogation Routine Booking Information Scenario Exit Ticket
  • 4. Practical Life Lessons: The Right to Remain Silent Latia Ward Origin of the Right to Remain Silent Main Points Overview Origin Custodial Interrogation Routine Booking Information Scenario Exit Ticket http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Court_of_Common_Pleas_(England) http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:1747_La_Feuille_Map_of_England_-_Geographicus_- _England-ratelband-1747.jpg
  • 5. Practical Life Lessons: The Right to Remain Silent Latia Ward Custodial Interrogation Main Points Overview Origin Custodial Interrogation Routine Booking Information Scenario Exit Ticket http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Mauritius_Road_Si gns_-_Information_Sign_-_No_Exit.svg http://pixabay.com/en/question-mark-characters-question-96600/
  • 6. Practical Life Lessons: The Right to Remain Silent Latia Ward Routine Booking Information Main Points Overview Origin Custodial Interrogation Routine Booking Information Scenario Exit Ticket https://www.flickr.com/photos/torenc/61396515/
  • 7. Practical Life Lessons: The Right to Remain Silent Latia Ward Scenario A high school student has just received his driver’s license. Based on information that he received while reading a blog, he decides to place his driver’s license, registration, proof of insurance, and a flyer that states, “I remain silent. No searches. I want my lawyer” into a plastic bag attached to his driver’s side window as he passes through a DUI checkpoint. Is he being a responsible citizen? Why or why not? See http://www.abajournal.com/news/article/lawyers_controversial_dui_checkpoint_advice_put_license_in_baggie_outside_c/?utm_source=internal&ut m_medium=navigation&utm_campaign=most_read Main Points Overview Origin Custodial Interrogation Routine Booking Information Scenario Exit Ticket
  • 8. Practical Life Lessons: The Right to Remain Silent Latia Ward Exit Ticket •something you learned •something you will change •something you want to know more about Main Points Overview Origin Custodial Interrogation Routine Booking Information Scenario Exit Ticket
  • 9. References Practical Life Lessons: The Right to Remain Silent Latia Ward Editors of Encyclopedia Britannica. (2015). Court of High Commission. [Website]. Retrieved from http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/265134/Court-of-High-Commission Howard, R. C., Jr. and Rich, L. A. (2005-2006). A History of Miranda and Why It Remains Vital Today. Valparaiso University Law Review, 40, 685-706. Leo, R. A. (2001). Questioning the Relevance of Miranda in the Twenty-First Century. Michigan Law Review, 99, 1000-1029. Neil, M. (2015, January 8). Lawyer’s controversial DUI-checkpoint advice: Put license in baggie outside car and roll up window. [Weblog]. Retrieved from http://www.abajournal.com/news/article/lawyers_controversial_dui_checkpoint_advice_put_license_in_baggie_outside _c/?utm_source=internal&utm_medium=navigation&utm_campaign=most_read Salky, S. M. and Hynes, P. B. Jr. (2014). The Privilege of Silence: Fifth Amendment Protections Against Self-Incrimination (2nd ed.). Chicago: American Bar Association. Skelton, M. S. and Connell, J. G. III. (2004-2005). The Routine Booking Question Exception to Miranda. University of Baltimore Law Review, 34, 55-101. U.S. Const. amend. V.
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