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Miranda v. Arizona
okay, i to do a ap us report on this case. there are 7 steps, and im on 2 (1,2,3,5 due tomorrow). i cannot find anything about the court history of this case (where it was before it went to supreme court). i can barely find aynthing about the case in general anyways... i know a lot of you guys know a lot about stuff, so if you know anyhting about this, or my specific question, please help me.
did you search google?
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google, msn, yahoo, everything. all the sites do is just relate to other cases aboutit.
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it can't be very hard to get information on that. that's a pretty major case.
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yep just finished researching the warren court for my apgov class. here's the case:
Miranda v Arizona - 1966 - Rights of the Accused
Ernesto Miranda was arrested for the kidnaping and rape of a young woman. Upon arrest Miranda was questioned for two hours. He never asked for a lawyer and eventually confessed to the crime. Later, however, a lawyer representing Miranda appealed the case to the Supreme Court claiming that Miranda's rights had been violated. Miranda was acquitted. The Court ruled that citizens must be informed of their rights prior to questioning. Any evidence or statement obtained prior to a suspect being read his/her rights is inadmissable. This has led to what is commonly referred to as one's 'Miranda Rights' having to be read upon questioning or arrest. They are: 'You have the right 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 one, one will be appointed for you.' Note, Miranda was later killed in a barroom brawl, stabbed to death.
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even though its a huge case, the questions i have to find out are ridiculous and no where to be found. saucerboy was kind enough to help me, and my neighboor whos a lawyer printed up some stuff and explained it. no one else has to post on this, im just gonna stop working on it...
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