Miranda Vs. Arizona

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Business

 

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Joyce S

 

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March 19, 2016

 

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University

 

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His attorney argued that his confession should have been excluded from trial because he had not been informed of his rights, nor had an attorney been present during his interrogation. The police officers involved admitted that they had not given Miranda any explanation of his rights. They argued, however, that because Miranda had been convicted of a crime in the past, he must have been aware of his rights...
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The police officers involved admitted that they had not given Miranda any explanation of his rights. They argued, however, that because Miranda had been convicted of a crime in the past, he must have been aware of his rights. The Arizona Supreme Court denied his appeal and upheld his conviction. The Fifth Amendment states that no person shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself...
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