FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) -- The Kentucky attorney general's office has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to consider a case involving whether students must be informed of their rights before being questioned at school.
Attorney General Jack Conway asked the justices Tuesday to overturn a Kentucky Supreme Court decision from April. In that case from Nelson County, the state justices concluded that students must be informed of their legal rights -- including the right to remain silent -- before being questioned by school administrators working with police or school resource officers.
Conway says school administrators shouldn't be required to advise students of their rights -- a practice known as Mirandizing -- simply because a school resource officer may be present during an investigation of school-related issues.
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