He waivered

Professor Colin Miller has this useful reminder of the effects from Berghuis v. Thompkins.

Say Anything?: Jeopardy Question About New Miranda Opinion Gets It Almost Completely Correct

Last night’s episode of Jeopardy! featured the category "A Murder Investigation," with The Closer‘s Kyra Sedgwick reading the clues. The $1000 clue in the category was:

Getting confessions, Brenda’s specialty, will be easier now that the Supreme Court has ruled that any response to interrogation means you’ve waived your rights under this 1966 decision

And the Question/Answer was Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U.S. 436 (1966). But what was the Supreme Court ruling referenced in the clue, and is it really true that any response to interrogation means that a suspect has waived his Miranda rights?