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  1. ...decision to remain silent cannot be used against him at trial. (Griffin v. California (1965) actually laid the foundation for the 1966 Miranda v. Arizona...

    2 Answers · Politics & Government · 16/02/2009

  2. Griffin v. California, 1965 Nix v. Williams, 1984

    2 Answers · Politics & Government · 16/02/2009

  3. Actually, no, there is not a similar ruling in civil courts. The reason is that the defendant does not have the right to remain silent in civil courts. That right only exists with criminal courts. A defendant can be...

    1 Answers · Politics & Government · 02/11/2008

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    3 Answers · Beauty & Style · 12/04/2013

  5. ... and unusual punishment: Trop v. Dulles, Robinson v. California

    1 Answers · Politics & Government · 11/05/2011

  6. ...two years, he could potentially be the best power forward on any of the California teams!!

    5 Answers · Sports · 13/10/2010

  7. ...people think and to do what is right. I find that, although the majority in California did not want to allow LGBT people to marry, their argument ...

    2 Answers · Society & Culture · 13/01/2010

  8. ... for the last 5 years he has been playing for a California team ( Golden State, Clippers ) because he wants to...

    6 Answers · Sports · 07/08/2009

  9. He'd probably be really good. The dude is a sick baseball player too, very athletic... BQ: Wilson for sure. He's the more versatile athlete IMO, probably more apt to be successful at different sports.

    4 Answers · Sports · 23/01/2014

  10. I say drop the word Kings. Sounds like a gang name.

    4 Answers · Sports · 15/03/2011

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