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30 November, 11:36

Miranda v Arizona legally established which personal liberties

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  1. 30 November, 13:18
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    Miranda v. Arizona was a case in which the suspect confessed at police questioning. This leading case established the right to be informed of the right to remain silent and have an attorney present at questioning. The finding was that it is unconstitutional to gain confession without warning the suspect of its rights, thus preserving the rule of law, and avoiding the possibility that such confession might be obtained through coercitive means.
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