Establishing the Rights of the Accused

ebook Miranda v. Arizona · U.S. Supreme Court Landmark Cases

By Don Rauf

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The Miranda v. Arizona decision was instrumental in making sure that people accused of a crime are aware of all their rights and have equal access to counsel, even if they can not afford it. The Miranda rights, which are read to apprehended suspects, are one of the things people point to when they talk about American rights and freedoms. Readers will find out, in rich detail, how this now basic right came to pass. Also included are questions to consider, primary source documents, and a chronology of the case.

Establishing the Rights of the Accused