Miranda V. Arizona Case Study

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In Phoenix, Arizona, on March 13th a kidnapping and a sexual assault occurred. Ernest Miranda was arrest. The women who was accusing him with these charges and she idenfited him in a line up. The problem wasn’t there, Miranda was denied his rights. They interrogated him until he confessed 2 hours later. The police did not tell him about the Fifth Amendment protection against self-incrimination or the Sixth Amendment the right to attorney. Arizona igroned the Escobedo rule for evidence that is obtained illegally from crime scene. He was guilty in both trails, in both trials he sentenced to 20-30 years, but only severed 10 years in prison and was put on parol. He served at Arizona State Prison. What resulted from this, is the Miranada rights,

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