Sheldon Silver's rapid slide from Albany power broker to federal prisoner was nearly completed yesterday as Southern District Judge Valerie Caproni ordered the former New York State Assembly Speaker to serve 12 years behind bars.
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In this Special Report, leaders of the bench and bar discuss the one of the best known cases to have come before the U.S. Supreme Court: 'Miranda v. Arizona', decided 50 years ago this year, along with current challenges, such as translating Miranda warnings for non-English speakers and young people who may not understand, and the continuing need to protect the rights of accused persons.