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Miranda I: Custody, Interrogation and Waiver

This lesson reviews Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U.S. 436 (1966), one of the most well known and important cases ever decided by the United States Supreme Court. The lesson reviews the reasoning and holding of Miranda and examines the issues of custody, interrogation, and waiver. A different lesson, Miranda II, explores issues relating to the assertions by a suspect of the rights provided by Miranda; the application of the exclusionary rule to violations of Miranda; and exceptions to and limits on the Miranda rule.

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