Scalia, who read the opinion from the bench, said their decision will have a "minimal" effects on criminal defendants. "Because of the protections created by this court in Miranda and related cases, there is little if any chance that a defendant will be badgered into waiving his right to have counsel present during interrogation," Scalia said.What kind of drugs is he on if he thinks that cops won't badger people? Hell, they tase sleeping naked people. I may know my rights but a lot of people don't and if cops tell a suspect, and you know they will, that they have no right to an attorney they will be able to force confessions out of innocent people. They've done it before and now it will become standard practice. As if the Sotomayer pick is going to change anything. Too little, too late.
Banana Republic? Yes we are. The average American is so screwed.