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American History

 

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Luke P

 

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January 21, 2012

 

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Executive and Congressional Power Judicial Review/Separation of powers Gideon v Wainwright (1963)* Gideon was accused of a felony by Florida and did not have attorney representation because he could not afford one. Based on his "pauper" appeal to the Supreme Court, it decided that regardless of the crime, Gideon had the right to an attorney...
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Fifth, Sixth and Fourteenth Amendments vs 10th Amendment Bill of Rights/Due Process/ Right to an attorney Miranda v Arizona (1966)* Ernesto Miranda was arrested, interrogated and confessed to rape without the police informing him of his right to remain silent or have an attorney after his arrest. One of the most important cases decided by the Supreme Court, it directed police to give "Miranda Warnings" immediately after a person is arrested...
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