On May 13, Paul Cassell, a professor of law at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, was quoted in a Los Angeles Time article, “Controversy Over Miranda Warnings For Terror Suspect.”
The article is about FBI agents using the “public safety exception” to question terror suspect Faisal Shahzad before reading him his Miranda rights.
“Miranda is not a constitutional requirement, like giving someone a lawyer,” Cassell, a former federal judge, said. “People who grew up watching cop shows on TV think it is more than that, but it’s not.”
To read the article, click here.