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The triple homicide in D.C. that laid the groundwork for Americans' right to remain silent

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Ziang Sung Wan Trial, 1919The triple homicide in D.C. that laid the groundwork for Americans' right to remain silent

Decades before the Supreme Court’s Miranda decision, a 1919 murder trial presented a precedent for protecting criminal suspects from police overreach.