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
- Supreme Court of the United States, Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Miranda v. Arizona, Ernesto Arthur Miranda