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Miranda vs Arizona
Updated: 10/21/2020
Miranda vs Arizona
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  • Miranda vs Arizona
  • Background Information
  • Argument
  • 1966
  • Supreme Court Ruling
  • Ernesto Miranda was arrested for committing a kidnapping in 1963
  • Connected Amendment
  • Although Miranda confessed to his crime within two hours of the arrest, he was not informed of his rights under the fifth amendment and his confession therefore couldn’t be used against him.
  • Impact
  • You have the right to remain silent
  • Anyone that is arrested must be informed of their Miranda Rights first; The right to remaining silent and an attorney
  • The Fifth Amendment: Not having to testify against yourself if you're accused of committing a crime
  • This case insured that anyone that gets arrested is informed of their Miranda Rights
  • Anything you say can, and will, be used against you in a court of law
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