The opinion handed down in this recent decision from the Montgomery County Court of Appeals examined a question of first impression in the courts of Ohio. The issue presented was "whether a parole or probation officer is a law enforcement officer within the contemplation of Miranda and thus subject to the Miranda requirements of constitutional warnings to suspects during custodial interrogation...."
Treadon, Thomas A.
"Evidence - Admissibility of Statements to Parole Officer - Miranda Warnings; State v. Gallagher,"
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