SC CASE: Tess WIlliams

SC CASE: Tess WIlliams

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  • you are under arrest  
  • Miranda was arrested without being told his rights about self incriminating himself because the police officer did not tell him 
  • Miranda is guilty he will spend 20-30 years in prison 
  • When the police were done with their questioning Miranda signed a confession. The police used his confession in the case and Miranda was convicted with a crime. The judge decided that he should spend 20 to 30 years in prison for each crime. 
  • miranda appealed his case to the highest court in the state of Arizona called the Supreme Court of Arizona. His attorney argued that his confession should not have been used as evidence in his trial because Miranda had not been informed of his rights. 
  • the Supreme Court of Arizona won this case 
  • The government argued that Miranda has been convicted of crimes before, and so he should have known his rights.  The  Arizona Supreme Court denied his appeal and uphold Miranda conviction. 
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