John “Jack” Razumich was born in Crown Point, Indiana, and grew up in Indianapolis where he attended Arsenal Technical High School. He graduated with a Bachelor of the Arts in History from Indiana University/Purdue University at Indianapolis in 2003, and earned his law degree from the Indiana University School of Law – Indianapolis in 2006.
Jack has worked almost exclusively in the area of criminal defense since before graduating from law school. His previous work experience includes working as a Certified Intern with the Marion County Public Defender’s Agency. He has represented clients in 48 of Indiana’s 92 counties. He is also licensed to practice in both federal courts located in Indiana as well as the Supreme Court of the United States.
Professionally, Jack is a member of the American Bar Association, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the Indiana State Bar Association, the Indiana Public Defenders Council, and the Indianapolis Bar Association.
Socially, Jack is an active member in good standing with Mystic Tie Lodge #398, Free and Accepted Masons, the Indianapolis Valley of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, the Columbia Club in downtown Indianapolis, and attends services at St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Parish. He’s also a baseball fan and a bowler.
Jack currently lives in Greenfield, Indiana, with his wife, Erinn, and their dog, Krypto.
In the second installment of Closing Arguments, John and Ryan explore the various facets of the Miranda Warnings, as well as how they have impacted a police officer’s interact with civilians overall.
Listen as John outlines the monumental court ruling in Miranda vs. Arizona and why the Supreme Court’s decision was handed down. Despite their decision receiving some backlash or fallout, their ruling remains intact today and it’s something most people are familiar with.
Additionally, John outlines how this ruling has altered police interactions altogether. We’ll explore the various situations in which the Miranda Warnings are required and how you should interact with a police officer based on various circumstances.
Sit back, relax, and enjoy another insightful conversation surrounding concept you thought you knew!
0:08 – Welcome to the show and overview on the topic of the day
2:30 – Overview on the Miranda Warnings
4:33 – The birth of the Miranda Warnings and the monumental court case of Miranda vs. Arizona
8:14 – How this case unfolded at the Supreme Court level
10:40 – The fallout of the Supreme Court’s ruling and what it meant for criminal law moving forward
15:00 – Legal developments that came after the Supreme Court’s ruling
25:00 – Whatever happened to Ernesto Miranda after the court ruling?
27:49 – The involuntary and voluntary interactions with police
30:00 – Overview on the custodial interrogation process
35:20 – The questions you should ask yourself when interacting with the police
44:20 – Don’t break the law
49:00 – Closing remarks
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