“You have the right to remain silent! Anything you say can and will be used against you!” a law enforcement official advises Superman, who foolishly decides to waive those rights immediately. “I’m guilty!” Superman exclaims. Um, perhaps he should have retained counsel? This scene comes from the cover of Action Comics #556, published way, way back in 1984, but certainly long enough after the Warren Court jurisprudence for Supes to be aware that he shouldn’t make such declarations of guilt. Oh, my.
Well, it appears that a 2012 post made Reddit last week. How about that?
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Our favorite legal tweet of late (dealing with signature lines in lawyer emails):
everyone’s confidentiality and nondisclosure bs signatures screw up a legit gmail search, no thank you
— Hobbs (@clownatlaw) September 17, 2014