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On October 4, 2011, the Supreme Court heard the oral argument in Howes v. Fields.  The question in this case is whether a prisoner, whenever he is isolated from the prison population for the purpose of being questioned, is considered “in custody” and thus required to be given Miranda warnings.

To discuss the case, we have Mark Brnovich, who is the Director of the Arizona Department of Gaming.

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