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Montejo v. Louisiana (Docket No. 07-1529) est une décision de la Cour suprême des États-Unis prise le 26 mai 2009. Par 5 voix contre 4, la Cour décide de renverser le précédent de Michigan v. Jackson (en) (1986) au sujet des interrogatoires de police. Cette dernière décision rendait nuls et non avenus les aveux et confessions obtenues par la police si le suspect avait préalablement requis une assistance juridique, prévue par le Sixième amendement à la Constitution. L'opinion majoritaire a été rédigée par le juge Antonin Scalia, et la dissidente par John P. Stevens, la Cour se divisant selon les lignes conservateur/libéral. Montejo v. Louisiana, 556 U.S. 778 (2009), is a 5–4 decision by the United States Supreme Court that overruled the Court's decision in Michigan v. Jackson, 475 U.S. 625 (1986). The case concerned the validity of a defendant's waiver of his right to counsel during a police interrogation. In reversing Jackson, the Court said such a waiver was valid.
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Montejo v. Louisiana (Docket No. 07-1529) est une décision de la Cour suprême des États-Unis prise le 26 mai 2009. Par 5 voix contre 4, la Cour décide de renverser le précédent de Michigan v. Jackson (en) (1986) au sujet des interrogatoires de police. Cette dernière décision rendait nuls et non avenus les aveux et confessions obtenues par la police si le suspect avait préalablement requis une assistance juridique, prévue par le Sixième amendement à la Constitution. L'opinion majoritaire a été rédigée par le juge Antonin Scalia, et la dissidente par John P. Stevens, la Cour se divisant selon les lignes conservateur/libéral. L'administration Obama avait demandé à la Cour de renverser Michigan v. Jackson, suscitant l'ire des organisations de défense des libertés . Montejo v. Louisiana, 556 U.S. 778 (2009), is a 5–4 decision by the United States Supreme Court that overruled the Court's decision in Michigan v. Jackson, 475 U.S. 625 (1986). The case concerned the validity of a defendant's waiver of his right to counsel during a police interrogation. In reversing Jackson, the Court said such a waiver was valid.
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A defendant may validly waive his right to counsel for police interrogation, even if police initiate the interrogation after the defendant's 6th Amendment right to counsel had attached at an arraignment or similar proceeding. Michigan v. Jackson is overruled.
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