Criminal: TAYLOR V. COM. (SC; 1/19/2006)

TAYLOR V. COM.
CRIMINAL – Miranda, Custodial Interrogation
2003-SC-000850-DG.pdf
Published 
Affirming
WINTERSHEIMER
Date: 1/19/2006

TC properly denied Defendant’s motion to suppress statements made to police.  The evidence indicates that the statements made by Taylor were not in response to any police statement reasonably calculated to elicit an incriminating response. Miranda requires an individual who is stopped to be apprised of his/her rights only in the context of a custodial interrogation. Here, there was no custodial interrogation.