Learning about Miranda rights
Miranda Rights: The requirements are that individuals who are in custody of a law enforcement agency and subsequent to being taken into custody, are questioned by government agents have the right to be silent. If they choose to speak, their statements will be held against them. They are entitled to be represented by counsel of their choice. If they cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed for them by the court.
Focus your discussion on the following:
• Write an argument of 2–4 paragraphs in favor of the attorney’s position or against it.
• Do you believe that the judge should be held to a higher standard because of the fact that he works within the justice system? Why or why not?
• Be sure to support your position with reference to relevant cases and/or other sources.
• Be sure to cite all references in APA format. Substantively respond to the posts of your classmates
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