No-Self Incrimination

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No-Self Incrimination

no-self incrimination

-Allows people to protect themselves-gives you time to seek legal advice-gives you time to think about what happened

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Miranda Vs. Arizona

Conclusion

Miranda was taken in to custody and interrogated for 2 hours. he did not know he had the right to not speak. he was found guilty and spent 20- 30 years in jail

No-Self Incrimination is a good thing it allows people to seek legal help. It also makes you look guilty in the right situation No-Self Incrimination would be a very good thing

introductionSelf incrimination means you give up evidence that proves you are guilty.no self incrimination gives you the right to not incriminate yourself

Introduction

-Choosing not to talk makes you look guilty-Not talking makes court cases longer-not speaking makes you look uncooperative


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