The miranda rights are used for, a silence warning by police, to criminal suspects. Before they are to irrigate( is questioning an individual about his crime or criminal activity. ), and take into police custody. Officers tell you these rights to the suspects to inform them of their rights. These rights tell you what you are entitled to. Things such as, you have the right to, To remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. You have the right to an attorney. If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed for you. You haves this rights. These rights were founded by a man named Miranda v. Arizona. Hes was trying to protect the suspect's, fifth amendment, as a citizen of …show more content…
The miranda rights inform citizens their rights before the are put into police custody, and then in a court of law. There are four rights in total. They were founded by a man named Miranda v. Arizona. I personally like the fact that officers inform people of this rights, they are good to inform the person of their rights, and their fifth amendment. It shows respect to citizens and how the rights help them out, and these are my thoughts on the awesome miranda rights.
What is the difference between the Miranda Warning vs the Miranda Rights.
The Miranda Rights are your Rights that you are entitled to as a United States citizen.
The Miranda Warnings, When the officer tells you of your rights.
When is it required for the officers to tell you, or read to you the miranda rights? Whenever the person is in custody of that said officer, when they are accused of said crime, or criminal activity. What does it mean when said officer says, "Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law."?
It means watch what you say, it can be held against you during