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You have the right to remain silent Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law You have the right to an attorney If you cannot afford an attorney one will be provided for you Do you understand the rights I have just read to you With these rights in mind do you wish to speak to me This is your Miranda Warning commonly known to many who watch crime shows The Miranda Warning was established in June of 1966 after the Supreme Court ruling of the case Miranda V Arizona The purpose of this warning is to protect the suspects right under the Fifth Amendment of not feeling the need to self incriminate oneself Judicial Review although not included in the Constitution is a basic idea which is part of the US government which states that the legislative and executive branches are subject to have their actions and decisions scrutinized by the judicial branch The judicial branch has the right to decide if their actions and decisions follow the writings of the Constitution Miranda V Arizona was a Supreme Court case that happened in 1966 When the Supreme Court reviewed this case they looked at it along with three other cases that were similar In each of these cases the suspect who was arrested was not read their rights therefore each directly admitted in writing and orally that they committed the crime On June 13th 1966 the Supreme Court ruled a five to four decision in favor of Miranda The ruling of this case was appropriate in the sense that they were not read their rights and they should have been but on the other hand they committed the crime and should have been punished for what they did although nowadays there should be certain exceptions to when the Miranda Rights are read to you especially in the circumstance of terrorists or terrorism On March 3 1963 a
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