Did anyone else notice the homage to the Leopold and Loeb case?
Second thing- can CBS hire someone who has taken even a high school class in Constitutional Law?
They have done this before: put their Plan-B suspect on the stand and gotten a confession.
NO, not in real life. The suspect has rights-putting them on the stand and tricking a confession out of them without first giving Miranda could screw the whole case and let a murderer go free.
Remember when Tom Cruise stopped questioning Col Jessup and said "The witness has rights"?
If you don't learn it in school, at least learn it in the movies.