Today almost anyone who has ever turned on a television is familiar with the four Miranda warnings. However, the general public is probably not aware of what happens when those rights are violated. In United States v. Villalba-Alvarado, the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals joined the Third and Fourth Circuits in holding that the poisonous fruit doctrine does not apply to physical evidence derived from a Miranda violation.

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