Unformatted text preview: a long heavy coat on a hot summer day in Arizona to me seems like suspicious activity and I feel the right steps were made by law enforcement. I believe the arrest was made in a proper manner. I say this because the suspect was arrested, read his Miranda rights and then taken to the station for further questioning. After finding stolen items in the possession of the man, he was placed under arrest and his rights were read to him. Not only were there the stolen items, but also a gun as well. It is important to read a suspect their Miranda rights when arresting them because this preserves their rights, as well as it ensures that the suspects evidence is collected in a manner that will hold up in court in order to use the evidence against them in court. The police officers interrogated this suspect in their custody that is where they learned that he had an accomplice, and they were then able to apprehend the second suspect....
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- Spring '09
- Law, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Arrest