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Outline Intro Miranda v. Arizona is a landmark supreme court case because it’s decision has left its impact on every legal arrest that has occurred since. Background Third degree Common law (non in court confessions taken lightly) Warren court Opponents Weakens the polices power. No one with a legal counsel will admit to a crime and therefore the polices job will be a lot harder. Gives more power to criminals and may allow for criminals to be on the streets Proponets Fists weaken wits ACLU Does more to gaurentee civil rights are upheld and prevents “third degree”
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Unformatted text preview: interogations Decision 5-4 decision Miranda warnings must be issued Conviction upheld Meaning of decision Confessions made while in police coustody, without being informed of ones rights are inadmissible in a court room. Ramifications If cops do not inform the suspect of their rights or deprive them of their rights then any information stemming from the information provided in inadmissible. Personal opinion Probably a good thing 99% of the time. Makes cops rely more on evidence than coerced confessions for convictions Conclusion...
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