Supreme Court Case Analysis

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Question description

Research the U.S. Supreme Court case, Miranda vs. Arizona, paying particular attention to the transcript of the oral arguements.

Prepare a 700- to 1,050-word summary of the argument of the case. Include the following:

  • Briefly describe the facts of the case.
  • When was the case argued?
  • Which lawyers argued the case for each side?
  • Summarize the arguments of counsel regarding self-incrimination.
  • Why is the case significant with respect to the right to counsel and self-incrimination?

Format your summary consistent with APA guidelines.

Tutor Answer

NicholasI
School: Carnegie Mellon University

Hi, kindly find attached

RUNNING HEAD: Miranda vs. Arizona

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Miranda vs. Arizona
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MIRANDA VS. ARIZONA

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Miranda vs. Arizona

The Pheonix Police Department arrested Ernesto Miranda on 13th March 1963 after an
eighteen-year-old woman reported that he’d kidnapped and raped her (Wrightsman & Pitman,
2010). When they arrived at the station, the police escorted him into a small interrogation room
where they questioned him for hours. By the end of the session, Miranda confessed and wrote
down his confession on the paper presented to him. The interrogation was done unethically.
Usually, before inquiry commences, the interrogator informs the accused about his rights; the right
to remain silent as all the information provided during the interrogation could incriminate him
during the trial, the right to have his lawyer in the interrogation room and the right to be given a
lawyer if he couldn’t afford one. The fact that the police skipped this part shows that they tricked
Miranda into giving the confession thereby rendering it inadmiss...

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