Miranda Versus Arizona

Argument, for Miranda (side one): The police clearly violated Amanda's right to remain silent, and his sixth Amendment right to legal counsel.

Argument, for the officer (side two): The officer should've known his rights and shouldn't have disregarded them.

The Supreme Court Decision: The supreme court agreed, deciding that the police ha not taken proper steps to inform Miranda of his rights.

How it affected the laws of the country: This argument caused the law that officers must state there rights when put into custody.

How it affected the culture of the country: More people are aware of their rights because on TV shows when people are arrested the police state their rights.


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