Miranda vs Arizona
Updated: 2/27/2019
Miranda vs Arizona
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  • Miranda vs Arizona
  • 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
  • Get up!
  • 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
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