The 5th and 6th amendment were violated because they did not inform Miranda about his right when he was arrested, and he was self-incriminated.
5th and 6th amendment were violated
The argument of thepetitioner was that Ernesto had claimed that the officer had violated his 5th and 6th amendment rights.Therefore, he thought this was an issue and told the Supreme court how the cops didn't tell him his rights like he had the right to remain silent.
Arguments for the Petitioner
Thats not fair I am taking this to the Supreme Court.
The argument the respondent has is that Ernesto negotiated with police officers with intelligence and understanding. Miranda singed the confession willingly. The prosecution was proper, his conviction was based on Arizona's law, and his imprisonment was just.The Supreme Court should uphold his conviction and should no further cripple the work of police.