The Miranda rights are well known for how they protect people accused of a crime. The Supreme Court decision in Miranda led to a change in police ethics that affected the entire criminal justice system. Legal scholars discuss Fourth amendment rights, the reintegration of people after prison, and the death penalty.
Rights of the Accused
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Crowley, P. (Narrators). (2002). Rights of the accused Framework for democracy [Video]. SAGE Knowledge. https://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781526410214
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