The Miranda vs. Arizona case (1966) is a landmark case pertaining to custodial interrogations and drastically changed the way police approach interviewing suspects. In this assignment you will summarize the facts of the case. Follow the steps below to complete this assignment.
First, using the FAU library, or any other source to locate a resource that provides the facts of the Miranda vs. Arizona case (1996) and the Supreme Court’s ruling.
Then, write a detailed summary including the following:
The progression through the court of appeals, and what the Supreme Court ruled.
Based on the Supreme Court ruling, explain how law enforcement now handles the “Miranda” warning.
What must be told to people being interrogated for the “Miranda” warning to be valid?
Can a subject invoke their Miranda right just by remaining silent? Once invoked, can officers reinitiate questioning?
Conclude by explaining if you believe this to be an important right and if the Supreme Court’s decision was the correct one as it relates to effective procedural justice.
Answer the questions stated above in a Word document.
Your response should be supported by the material, not your opinion.
Include at least 500 words, but no more than two pages.
Use APA format and include in-text APA citation.
Format the Word Document as directed.
Times New Roman Font, 12-point
double spaced with 1- inch margins on all sides.
Include the assignment number, your name, and the due date at the top of the Word Document.