In State v. Amandeep K. Tiwana (A-36-22/087919) (Decided November 20, 2023), the Supreme Court of New Jersey held that an investigating detective’s self-introduction to the defendant at her bedside in the hospital following a car crash did not constitute a custodial interrogation warranting the administration of warnings under Miranda v.
In State v. Andreas M. Erazo (A-16-22/086991) (Decided June 21, 2023), the Supreme Court of New Jersey ruled that law enforcement was not required to administer Miranda warnings to the defendant when he voluntarily came to the police station to provide a witness statement because he was not yet a
In State v. Jamal Wade (A-31-21/085198) (Decided November 16, 2022), the Supreme Court of New Jersey held that it was error to admit the defendant’s statements after detectives failed to honor his invocation of the right to counsel. The court further found that the error was not harmless in light
The Supreme Court of New Jersey recently granted certification in State v. Keogh. The case involves the distinction between investigative questioning and custodial interrogation for the purposes of determining whether a Miranda warning is required. Facts of the Case At approximately 7:36 p.m., the Bound Brook Police Department was dispatched