The Three Most Famous Words on a Police Television show made famous... On this day...

The famous utterance of a true police show
The famous utterance of a true police show

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The Miranda rights are established

My almost favorite Supreme Court Case (close to Roe v. Wade, Brown v. Board of Ed, Marbury v. Madison, and a few others) Miranda v. Arizona.

What is so special about this. Self Incrimination. This is paramount in today's world, with all what is going on (AND HAS NOTHING TO DO ABOUT RESISTING ARREST)

The Supreme Court overturned his conviction, but Miranda was retried and convicted in October 1966 anyway, despite the relative lack of evidence against him. Remaining in prison until 1972, Ernesto Miranda was later stabbed to death in the men’s room of a bar after a poker game in January 1976.

The Three Most Famous Words on a Police Television show made famous... On this day...
The Three Most Famous Words on a Police Television show made famous... On this day...
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  • They've modified it to "You do not have to say anything. But it may harm your defence if you do not mention when questioned something which you later rely on in court. Anything you do say may be given in evidence."

  • dint realise police shows effect the real life workings so much

  • shellaccount

    "You have the right to remain silent" is seven words, but OK.

  • houseofmince

    No comment all the way. Don't talk to the law.

  • Waffles731

    Yeah I knew he went back to prison

  • Secretgardenblood

    Good mytake

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