Also the fifth and sixth amendment where it states it is required to give the

Also the fifth and sixth amendment where it states it

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- Also the fifth and sixth amendment where it states it is required to give the Miranda warning before a suspect is interrogated while in custody and the right to an attorney - Procedural law: sets forth the "procedures" and mechanisms for processing criminal cases. Substantive and Procedural Law Intent vs. motive to commit crime - Intent: a purposeful act or state of mind to commit a crime - Ex. A woman steal milk for her child, her intention is to steal, but her motive is to provide for her child. Motive: the reason for committing a crime. - Mens Rea : The intention or knowledge of wrongdoing that constitutes part of a crime, as opposed to the action or conduct of the accused. (the mental element) Did the defendant commit the illegal act? 1.Did she have the necessary mental state (mens rea)?2.
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