There is no better way to learn a lot with the legal proceedings of robbery cases but by going through cases that an expert has handled in the past. This goes the same for this robbery case of Walter J which happened last October 8, 1978. He was arrested by two police officers when the two received recent reports that there has been stolen automobile on the loose within the vicinity. When J went out of the car, he was holding a jacket whose pockets were filled with a lot of items that you would surely think have been just stolen.
According to the data taken by the observer, J was brought to the nearest precinct and was given the usual Miranda warnings to which he responded, “I understand.” With the rest of warning, he just consistently said that he decides not to say anything. According to the officer, the questioning lasted for about 30 minutes. When the second officer came around and administered the same questioning, the accused only responded with this statement: “I don’t want to talk to you.” The suspects were then transferred to another precinct, where the officers who brought them there testified that they are unsure already if the two were once again, questioned upon arrival.