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"You have the right to remain silent" If you like detective story, you might have red those words before. Those words are the begining of your "Miranda rights." In an June 1966 decision, the Supreme Court rule that police must read suspect's their Miranda rights before asking any questions the case involved a man name Ernesto Miranda. Did you know that Ernesto was retried and found guilty!

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"You have the right to remain silent" If you like detective stories, you might have read those words before. Those words are the beginning of your "Miranda rights." In a June 1966 decision, the Supreme Court ruled that police must read suspects their Miranda rights before asking any questions. The case involved a man named Ernesto Miranda. Did you know that Ernesto was retried and found guilty?

 

Article by Gary Hopkins
Education World® Editor in Chief
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06/2005