On June 13, 1966, the United States Supreme Court issued one of the most important decisions in our judicial history. In Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U.S. 436, 86 S. Ct. 1602 (1966), the Court held that statements obtained during a police-dominated interrogation are not admissible if the defendant was not given a full warning of his or her constitutional rights. Virtually everyone who has ever watched television knows that a defendant has the right to remain silent, among other rights. However, there is so much more to this dynamic decision, which changed the legal landscape for all criminal cases.
Veteran Supreme Court practitioner Erica Dubno, who was selected as one of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers by the National Trial Lawyers Association, discusses this iconic decision and traces its consequences over the last 50 years. Counsel uses Miranda to address historical and contemporary issues including police coercion and the right to counsel.
The program provides practical advice and helpful tips for criminal practitioners. The program is also indispensable for any attorney who might receive a late night call from a friend or relative who was confronted by the police. This course is relevant for practitioners at all levels.
Erica T. Dubno worked with Herald Price Fahringer for 20 years. She is one of the National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Trial Lawyers. Erica Dubno has received awards for her appellate advocacy and, together with Mr. Fahringer, has drafted criminal and civil appeals in the federal Courts of Appeals for the Second, Third, Fourth, Eighth and Ninth Circuits, as well as the United States Supreme Court, and in the New York Court of Appeals.
She has co-authored numerous articles with Herald Fahringer, as well as book reviews for the New York Law Journal. Erica Dubno graduated from Oberlin College and Brooklyn Law School with honors.
Very interesting and informative. Excellent presentation!
Very interesting history after the Miranda decision, aftermath and implications. Thanks!
Ms. Dubno is the best. Thank you
Very well done. Interesting and informative.
Miranda like I never knew. Great history!
Very instructive. Highly enjoyable program.
Great program, very knowledgeable and effective presenter.
Excellent presentation. Lucid, informative, well-organized. Starts out at an elementary level then becomes more advanced. One of her war stories was hilarious. Highly recommended.
This course was especially well-organized & presented, five stars quality content & presentation.
One of the very best ever. TY
Great course Informative , historical and very interesting Wonderful speaker
Interesting and precise. I am not a criminal or constitutional attorney, but I greatly enjoyed the presentation.
very interesting, and a good speaker.
It was a great historical perspective of Ernesto Miranda that I never received in law school.
This presentation was one of the best and most interesting that I have ever witnessed.
Excellent presenter and presentation.
Nicely organized and presented.
She did a great job providing a good overview.
The best teacher you've got.
Very good course.
Good review of Miranda and its progeny.
I really liked this presenter. She made teh material fun!
I am a retired prosecutor. I am impressed with this presenter. Great job
Incredibly interesting program!
Excellent, lively yet scholarly presentation!
Ms. Dubno's CLE courses are not to be missed! She is always excellent!
Very good presentation...
A great review of this iconic case. Miranda, Happy 50th Birthday (and best wishes for many more . . .).
Very good review dealing with more recent applications.
Erica did a great job presenting.
I really enjoyed this lecture. The presenter was well-informed and interesting.
This faculty member was an amazing presenter. So passionate and knowledgeable!
Very interesting and informative. Well presented.
excellent coverage of a tough tough topic-great job- I was intrigued from beginning to end