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You may be aware of Miranda Rights from cop shows on the TV. Suspects in cases have a right to be warned by police that what they say can be used against them as evidence. However, few people are aware of the history of Miranda rights. The Miranda warning stems from a landmark case in 1966. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Miranda v.
… they will and won’t prosecute. Arrest in Texas An arrest in Texas can happen one of two ways: with probable cause or a warrant. Probable cause involves police being able to point to specific and objective circumstances leading them to believe a suspect committed a crime. No criminal charges have been filed against them. An arrest warrant means criminal…
… What Exactly Are the Miranda Rights and What Do They Mean for Me? Posted by Matthew Sharp under Criminal Law January 13, 2016 Understanding Miranda Rights in Texas When people watch police shows on television, they often see this familiar scene: a suspect is placed under arrest, handcuffed, and the arresting officer will recite a list…