Miranda V Arizona Essay by The Research Group

Miranda V Arizona
A discussion of the 1966 Supreme Court decision.
# 24484 | 2,025 words | 21 sources | 2002 | US
Published on Apr 12, 2003 in Law (Constitution)


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Discussion of the 1966 Supreme Court decision. Contends the ruling was the most politically controversial and socially divisive decision in the history of the Supreme Court. Warren Court decisions in 1960s. Conservative backlash against the Court. Impact of Miranda on law enforcement and police. Later Court rulings on exceptions to Miranda.

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"Miranda V Arizona


This research paper discusses the political, social and cultural dynamics of the decision by the United States Supreme Court in Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U.S. 436 (1966). Its thesis is that the Miranda holding was in the field of criminal procedure the most politically controversial and socially divisive decision in the history of the Supreme Court. The decision itself represented the high watermark in efforts by the Earl Warren Court (1954-1969) to afford criminal defendants in federal and state courts enhanced federal constitutional procedural protections. By requiring police for the first time to give such defendants in police custody certain warnings and advice concerning their constitutional rights (the Miranda Warnings), the Court reflected to some extent the dominant political culture..."

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