Miranda V. Arizona
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In 1963 Ernesto Miranda was arrested for Kidnapping and rape.
Did you rape this child !?
Miranda did not know his rights and he was not read them before being questioned.
Yes, I confess I kidnapped and rapped this child !
According to the Bill of Rights the Fifth Amendment states , " No person is required to testify against himself in a Criminal Case".
On behalf of this court the defendant has been sentenced 20-30 years for the crime of kidnapping and rape.
Each Lower court found Miranda guilty based on the prosecution's evidence of the written confession and sentenced Miranda 20-30 years
Your case has been appealed , and is now in the appellate jurisdiction.
Miranda's lawyer appealed his case and explained how Miranda's rights were violated. The court appealed his case.
My clients rights were violated !
The party who files an appeal, known as the appellant, must show that the trial court made a legal error that affected the decision in the case. The appellant prepares a written document, or brief, discussing the legal arguments. In the brief, the appellant tries to explain that the trial court made errors, and that its decision should be reversed. In this process, appellants cite previous court cases that support their point of view.
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