Elaine Marbeck and her sons from East Salem, New York, are once again in trouble with the law over marijuana fields discovered on their extensive property. Elaine and her older sons Mark and Dick are arrested and brought to the police station. Elaine's fifteen year old daughter, Susie, is also arrested. Susie is a good girl who gets straight A's in school and never gets in trouble. There was that one time, in band camp, but that's not really relevant. Elaine is brought into an interrogation room, Mirandized and then asked questions about the marijuana. Tired of going to jail, she decides to keep her mouth shut this time and wait for her lawyer. She does not actually request her lawyer instead, she simply refuses to say a word. When Sheriff Crane realizes that Elaine is unlikely to respond he puts her in a cell across the hall from Susie's. Elaine is alone in her cell. Susie shares her cell with several experienced prostitutes. After a few minutes Elaine is brought back into the interrogation room. She is Mirandized again and says she's willing to confess. She is handed a "Miranda Waiver Form" which she signs, and her confession is then tape recorded. Can the confession be used against her in her trial?