CH9 - CH9: Brief Case 9.3 Miranda v. Arizona Facts: On...

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CH9: Brief Case 9.3 Miranda v. Arizona Facts: On March 13, 1963, Ernesto Miranda was arrested for the kidnapping and rape of an eighteen year old woman. After two hours of interrogation, two police officers got a written confession signed by Miranda without advising him he had a right to remain silent and a right to have a lawyer present. Miranda appealed the decision after the trial convicted by claiming the interrogation was unconstitutional. The supreme court of Arizona states it’s constitutional and the case was subsequently relieved by the United States Supreme Court. Issue: the Fifth and Sixth Amendment protect one’s right to remain silent against the giving of incriminating evidence and right to have an attorney present. Rule: the Supreme Court held that Miranda could not be convicted of the crime of the basis of his confession because his confession was inadmissible as evidence. Vocabulary
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