Miranda V.S Arizona by ariez ryan and leslie dominguez

The prosecution may not use statements or Interrogation of the defendant unless it demonstrates. "Safeguards effective to the same secure the privilege against self-incrimination"- chief justice Earl warren, speaking for the majority. Police officers had his Fifth Amendment right against the self-incrimination or his Sixth Amendment right to the assistance of an attorney.

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