In a habeas corpus action challenging petitioner's conviction for first-degree murder, the district court's denial of the petition is affirmed where: 1) the California Court of Appeal's determination that no Miranda violation occurred when police continued to interrogate defendant after he requested a lawyer was an unreasonable application of clearly established federal law; but 2) the California Court of Appeal's determination that the error was harmless was not objectively unreasonable.

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Jun 02, 2020
Divorce and child custody are trying situations even in the best of times. If your former partner refuses to follow a court order, the problems only multiply. The court hands down decisions after careful…
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May 04, 2020
Autism spectrum disorder was first recognized by Dr. Leo at Johns Hopkins Hospital in 1942. Historical accounts indicate that autism has existed for many years before it was officially recognized. Since…
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Apr 03, 2020
It is not uncommon for people to have to travel for work in this global economy. If you are facing divorce and custody arrangements, this necessary travel may come up for discussion. It is important to…
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Mar 16, 2020
If you are an up-and-coming recording artist, record companies and producers may start approaching you to sign with their label.
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