Miranda was a man who was taken under custody. Two police officers continuously asked Miranda questions until he confessed that he raped and kidnapped a girl. At trial, Miranda was found guilty and was sentenced 20-30 years of imprisonment . Miranda confessed that his constitutional rights were not violated in obtaining the confession. After Miranda was released he later died in a bar fight.
Can the police interrogate a suspect without informing him of his rights to remain silent?
So, did you do it ? Did you kidnap her? Just admit it
Fine! I did do that!
The Miranda case is based of on the fifth and sixth amendment
This isn't fair! The officer violated my rights against self incrimination!
The Supreme Court rules that detained criminal suspects, prior to police questioning,must be told their constitutional right s to an attorney and against self incrimination