Categories
1. Miranda custody 2. Traffic stops 34. Search & Seizure 45. WI Court of Appeals 5. Confessions a. Field Sobriety Testing A. In-Custody, 5th Amendment C. Unpublished Opinions e. Terry stop G. Reasonable suspicion

Polite questioning about drinking and evening plans don’t amount to custody or require Miranda warning

Marquette County v. Christopher Patrick Bray, 2018AP665, 2/28/19, District 4 (1-judge opinion, ineligible for publication); case activity (including briefs). Bray was convicted of OWI. He argued that the circuit court should have suppressed statements he made to a sergeant during a traffic stop because he wasn’t Mirandized. The court of appeals held that Bray wasn’t […]
Source: WI Public Defenders – On Point
Polite questioning about drinking and evening plans don’t amount to custody or require Miranda warning