Washington – In a ruling arising from a Missouri case, the U.S. Supreme Court Monday warned police they could not deliberately question a suspect twice, the first time without a Miranda warning.
But the court left open the possibility that some confessions obtained after double interviews would be acceptable. But they said police must prove the interrogation wasn't intended to undermine the Miranda warning.
Springfield, IL – Blagojevich says he answered lots of questions and heard some complaints during the meeting. Some House members say the meeting helped clear the air after Blagojevich's public criticism of fellow Democrats over the state budget.
St. Louis – A company that operates several fast food restaurants will pay $25,000 to settle a sexual harassment lawsuit filed by two women who formerly worked at a Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant in St. Louis County.
The settlement with Morgan's Foods of Missouri was announced today by the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission office in St. Louis.
The lawsuit claimed employees Ebony Banks and Tina Gaston faced unwanted sexual advances by an assistant manager and sexually explicit comments from a co-worker.