Ave Mince-Didier received her J.D. from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law and her B.A. from Louisiana State University. She handled criminal appeals as a public defender and also worked as a staff attorney at the California Supreme Court. She is licensed to practice law in Georgia and California.
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Articles By Ave Mince-Didier
If you meet someone new–a potential employee, babysitter, neighbor, or date–and you want to learn more about the person, what do you do?
Read about the purpose and limitations of a closing statement in a criminal trial.
When the police knock on your door, you typically don’t have to let them in unless they have a search warrant signed by a judge.
Under the Fifth Amendment, suspects cannot be forced to incriminate themselves. And the Fourteenth Amendment prohibits coercive questioning by police officers.