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The 1966 Case That Changed The Criminal Justice World
Lois Ann Jameson.The Beginning It all started when Ernesto Miranda was arrested and taken to the Phoenix police station. He was accused of rape of an 18 year old. .
On the opposite side of the screen was Lois Jameson.The Line-Up Miranda was then taken into the Phoenix police headquarters and put at the line-up screen. .
. What he did not realize at the time that he was not read his rights. After two hours of fierce interrogation. he admitted to the crime and did not have a lawyer to defend him.The Interrogation Miranda was then taken to the interrogation room after he was arrested for the rape.
Above it read quote. .´ He signed and was still taken to trial for use of the confession as evidence. ³You understand that you are not forced to confess and have been read your rights.The Confession Paper When Miranda wrote his confession.
Miranda¶s Trial At Miranda¶s trial his lawyer. Alvin Moore wanted to withdrawal the confession as evidence. He knew Miranda was not read his rights during the interrogation. he was unsure of being read when put under arrest. .
He appealed to Arizona Supreme Court His lawyer was John Flynn. from the state of Arizona. .The Jurisdiction and Appeal After Miranda¶s jurisdiction he was sentenced to prison for 20-30 years.
His punishment still stood and was kept in the Phoenix Prison.Appeal Continued«. . His appeal to the Arizona Supreme Court was denied.
Miranda¶s Jail Time While in jail. He learned the police officers who arrested him and interrogated him had to read him his rights when arrested and interrogated. Miranda spent his time in the Prison Library. .
Appeal To U. Since Miranda was first on the docket they combined all four and called it Miranda Vs Arizona . and submitted his plea for writ of certiorari.S. His case was accepted as well as four others with the same problem. Supreme Court While in prison he filed as a pauper.
The two police officers who arrested Miranda were present. Representing Arizona was Gary Nelson Miranda was present for the trial.Court Details Miranda¶s lawyer was again John Flynn who represented him in the Supreme Court. .
. His family was present in the courtroom in the audience. >>>>>>>>>> He was still cuffed during the trial.In The Trial When Miranda was in the courtroom he was dressed in a suit like shown.
.The Defense and Offense The State of Arizona¶s defense was that this case was to extend the Escobedo Decision. Miranda¶s offense was that his rights were violated and should be compensated.
he said. Justice Potter Stewart interrupted Flynn shortly after his introduction.Major Arguments Flynn described how Miranda was taken advantage of by in interrogation by having his rights taken away. should the accused have the right to a jury in the examination room? .
.Decision The courts opinion was in favor of Miranda letting him out of prison early. 3 Drafts of the opinion were written while one was selected. Thurgood Marshall worked against his employer the US government.
His family planned a party for him. .After the Trial (Part 1) After the trial Miranda learned about his victory from his living room television. Which he was found guilty of and was sentenced 610 years in prison. then he learned he still had a robbery charge. While in prison he admitted to the rape of Patty McGee.
She declined this offer and Miranda was sentence to 20-30 years in prison for rape charges. that she would drop the rape charges if she would marry him. .After The Trial (Part 2) Miranda offered a deal with Patty McGee.
He died there in pain with no family members present. stabbed mortally and was taken to The Good Samaritan Hospital.The End of Miranda Era Ernesto Miranda was released for payroll in 1972. . He was murdered in 1976.
The End.. Thanks For Watching ~~Cody Mahen~~ ..