Criminal Justice System: The Case Of Miranda V. Arizona

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Miranda v. Arizona effectively opened the eyes of civilians and government officials alike by forcing the police to inform accused criminals of their constitutional rights. The four cases involved shone light onto the issue of flaws in the law enforcement system. Despite being completely and utterly guilty, Miranda escaped a sentence by using imperfections within the system.
In 1963 an 18-year-old girl is kidnapped and raped and afterward she provided a description of the man which police later identified as Ernesto Miranda. When police arrested Miranda, they failed to inform him of his Fifth Amendment and Sixth Amendment rights before the interrogation. During the interrogation Miranda confessed to all of his alleged crimes and was taken to

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