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Unformatted text preview: inform every citizen of their rights before interrogating them or what information they learn before reading them their rights is not admissible in a court of law within the jurisdiction of the United States. Issue: Should people be expected to know their rights or must an arresting officer tell them? Decision: People are not expected to know their rights therefore the arresting officers must tell them of said rights. Reason: Not all people know every right given to them in the constitution. Since the rights in the constitution are god given to all American citizens and the police and authorities are the keepers of the constitution, they must inform the non informed of their rights....
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- Spring '08