Influences of Case Law on Policing

Influences of Case Law on Policing - Michael Commire Sr...

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Michael Commire Sr. November 28 2009 Sean Beeler Criminal Justice System 210 There are many different ways that case law has changed in the previous years. As I had read in the reading there are three that I would like to talk about as they have had the most substantial influence on policing today. Case law is the body of law that results from court interpretations of statutory law—law written by the legislative or executive branch of the government or court decisions where rules have not been fully codified or have been found to be vague or in error. During the year of 1966 there was a case that was well known and the case was Miranda vs. Arizona. This case had influenced the police departments all over the United States of America to use something that we call the Miranda rules. This had an influence on the police
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departments in the United States due to the fact that the supreme court had ruled that police had violated Miranda’s fifth amendment rights when they where interrogating him. Another case that is well known is the case of McNabb vs. The United States and the case
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