Maryland Police Claim Constitutional Protection for Juveniles Makes Their Job Harder

Almost six decades after the United States Supreme Court’s landmark Miranda decision, police administrators in Maryland are claiming that a 2022 Maryland law that requires police to adhere to Miranda during juvenile arrests is making their job more difficult. In a now familiar whine, our state and local governments blame their inability to fight crime on a document designed to protect citizens from the overreach of government. In this episode, Serge and Clarke discuss the Maryland Child Interrogation Protection Act. This episode is a counterbalance to official state propaganda.