July 12, 2013
by Stephen Krug
JURIST Guest Columnists Hank Asbill, Brian Murray and Andrew Pinson of Jones Day argue that the Supreme Court's recent decision in Salinas v. Texas leaves a host of critical questions unanswered...When we previewed the Supreme Court's oral argument in Salinas v. Texas this past March, we framed ...[read more]
June 17, 2013
by Jaclyn Belczyk
The US Supreme Court ruled 5-4 Monday in Salinas v. Texas that the petitioner's Fifth Amendment claim fails because he did not expressly revoke the privilege against self-incrimination. Genovevo Salinas was suspected of being involved in a murder. He consented to a search of his home, where police ...[read more]
April 18, 2013
by Julia Zebley
The US Supreme Court heard oral arguments Wednesday in two cases. In Salinas v. Texas the court considered the boundaries of the Fifth Amendment right to remain silent prior to arrest. Genovevo Salinas was suspected of being involved in a murder. He consented to a search of his home, where police ...[read more]
January 12, 2013
by Julia Zebley
The US Supreme Court granted certiorari in six new cases on Friday. In Salinas v. Texas the court will consider the boundaries of the Fifth Amendment right to remain silent prior to arrest. Genovevo Salinas was suspected of being involved in a murder. He consented to a search of his home, where ...[read more]

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