Criminal Justice: An Analysis Of Miranda V. Arizona

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In a Miranda analysis, the evidence that is not admissible in court is the defendant (Tom) testimony in which he proclaimed “I killed her and threw the baseball bat over the fence”. His testimony would not be considered as evidence because he was not Mirandized. According to Miranda v. Arizona, it states that a defendant rights must be read by the law enforcement at a slow pace to ensure that the defendant understands what is being read to him or her. Secondly, the bat can possibly be used as evidence providing that it was secure during the crime scene and pictures were taken. With the DNA of Tom, it may be used in the court at the prosecution

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