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Miranda V. Arizona

Rights of the Accused

Miranda V. Arizona( )
Editor: McNeese, Tim
Author: Van Meter, Larry A.
Series title:Great Supreme Court Decisions Ser.
ISBN:978-1-281-30066-9
Publication Date:Jul 2008
Publisher:Facts On File, Incorporated
Imprint:Chelsea House
Book Format:Ebook
List Price:USD $72.00
Book Description:

You have the right to remain silent is the well-known introduction to a series of statements police are required to communicate to accused criminals upon arrest. Known as the Miranda warning, these famous instructions are a direct result of the Supreme Court case, Miranda v. Arizona. Ernesto Miranda, an Arizona laborer, was arrested in 1963 and convicted of raping a woman. He appealed his conviction and the Supreme Court overturned the decision, determining that Arizona authorities had...
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Pages:112



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