Miranda?

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Receiving a question about Miranda Law, we give a brief description to what it is and how it is used.

What is Miranda Law?

It is a law that protects the rights of people who are to be held in custody until proved guilty or not. Any person who is arrested in the US is entitled to be protected by the Miranda Law.

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What are its contents?

. You have the right to remain silent.

. Anything you say can be taken against you in a court of law.

. You have the right to speak to an attorney who can represent you.

. If you can’t afford an attorney, the court can appoint an attorney for you.

. You can exercise your rights any time you decide that, and not to answer anything. Do you understand the rights read to you? How do you wish to proceed?

How and when did it originate?

After the case of Miranda vs Arizona, in which the rights of the defendant, Arturo Miranda were invoked in 1966.

Who should apply Miranda Law?

Police and law enforcement to have their arrests correctly administered.

Consequences of ignoring Miranda Law?

Failing to apply the law will result in dismissal of the case, and the arrested person will go free.

If you are interested to know more, follow this link.

We hope that we answered  Trevor’s question, but there’s still more and more in our coming agenda, in addition to our fantastic topics list which you should go through to get to the idea you’re looking for. 🙄

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