The U.S. Supreme Court has recently decided three cases outlining the contours of one of its most famous criminal procedure cases, Miranda v. Arizona. Although the recent decisions are important, none of the cases undermines the basic principles of the Miranda decision. Government officials must continue to provide Miranda warnings to those persons who are in custodial interrogation. The warnings must convey the principles set forth in Miranda and waiver of rights must occur for statements to be admissible in court. In these new cases, the Court has followed precedent and in two of the cases there were a significant number of justices supporting the majority opinion. Abstract published by arrangement with Taylor and Francis.