Summary: The Case Of Miranda V. Arizona

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Deriving from the case Miranda v. Arizona in 1966, the Miranda warning is required to be given in situations involving custodial interrogation. Contrary to most people beliefs, no warnings are necessary unless the suspects in custody or law enforcement initiates questioning. The warnings do no have to be given in any specific order or with precise wording.
In 1981 the bright line rule for investigators found that all police questioning must end after an attorney has been requested by the suspect.

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