My Favorite Court Case: Miranda Vs. Arizona Case

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I choose to do my research paper on one of my favorite court cases in American history Miranda vs. Arizona case. I’m choosing this court case because it brings up two amendments that tend to be overlooked by law enforcement comes around and one of the most well-known sayings. First I will be giving a quick background about those two amendments and then I will start talking about the case. The issues about this case involved the fifth and sixth amendment. Let me explain both of these amendments. “No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the Militia, when in actual service in time of War or …show more content…
Is that law enforcement must read you your Miranda right’s whenever they hamper your freedom in a significant way? For example, being arrested or being detained. Now a great deal of people when arrested ask for a lawyer. Then the lawyer tells them to keep their mouth shut through the police integration. This becomes a little bit of a gray area when it comes to terrorism, though the reason is because they could be hiding time sensitive information and if the public is under serious threat they will not mirandizes them till the threat has been lifted. A suitable recent example was the Christmas day underwear bomber he was mirandized a few hours after he was arrested.
These are a few exceptions to Miranda rights. While many people today believe that anytime a law enforcement officer talk to they must invoke the Miranda rights, but this is just a short list of a few exceptions to what some of the people of society believe. An abundant deal of people believe they are not obliged to talk to a police officer at all or show requested document such as name, date of birth, age, gender,
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Made the law enforcement officers more creatively and critically. Also in countries like Vietnam if you are accused of a crime, you will be beaten until you admit to the crime, then they beat you again as punishment for doing the crime. If you deny committing the crime, they beat you up as well and the only way to be “proved” innocent is paying off the police or a politician which leads to a corrupt system. Which even though the Miranda rights are not a contusional right they are deeply rooted into our society to help prevent police corruption which in turn protects

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