You're under arrest for burglary. You have the right to remain silent, anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. You have the right to an attorney. If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed for you...
Remember ... We're the "Wet Bandits!"
I bet the jury will think we are guilty just for our name!
Don't worry. In the voir dire process, we will choose impartial jurors, who will listen to the evidence. I will try to get the first date available for trial. Just know, you do not have to testify if you don't want to.
It's that kid that should be going to jail!
Good afternoon, I'm your public defender assigned to your case. Any questions?
Based on the jury's verdict, the Court sentences you both to 25 years to life.
I will call the McCallister family and let them know.
On the all 27 counts of of burglary, we, the jury, find the defendents GUILTY.
What are we gonna do now, Harry?
The 5th Amendment of the Constitution protects a person's right to due process, as well as the right not to incriminate themselves. The Supreme Court case Miranda vs. Arizona (1966) requires police officers to tell people under arrest of their rights by reading them a Miranda warning. Marv's statement after the Miranda warning can be used against them.
The defendants are charged with multiple felonies your Honor.
Because the defendants are charged with multiple crimes, I am setting bail at $50,000 each. Trial is set to begin in 2 weeks.
The 6th amendment guarantees the right to an attorney. Harry and Marv have been given a lawyer to represent them. The 5th Amendment to the Constitution protects a person's right to due process, as well as the right not to incriminate themselves, so Marv and Harry do not have to testify under oath at trial.
Kevin, do you see the men who broke into your house in this courtroom today?
Yes. They are right there in the orange jumpsuits. Those are the two who broke in.
The 6th amendment guarantees the defendent a right to a trial by jury. Harry and Marv have been found guilty by the jury. The 8th amendment protects people from cruel and unusual punishment. Harry and Marv are only being sent to jail, not killed or tortured.
Where's your warrant
Stop! Police! You are under arrest!
The 8th amendment states that excessive fines and bails cannot be set. Harry and Marv are given a reasonable amount of bail for the crime. Their trial is set quickly, because the 6th amendment guarantees the accused a speedy and public trial, the right to call witnesses, and a trial by jury in criminal cases.
My clients are not a flight risk, your Honor.
The 6th amendment guarantees the accused the right to be present at trial and to confront the witnesses against them, as well as a trial by jury in criminal cases. Harry and Marv are at their jury trial listening to Kevin McCallister testify against them. The 7th amendment doesn't apply here because it is not a civil case..
The 4th Amendment to the Constitution protects citizens from unlawful searches and seizure of property, as well as requires police to have a warrant or probable cause to arrest someone. Since the police were called to the crime, and the crime was in progress, the police had probable cause to arrest Harry and Marv.
I don't need one, We have more than enough probable cause.