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Rights Warnings in the Armed Services

By Lederer, Fredric I., Captain

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Title: Rights Warnings in the Armed Services  
Author: Lederer, Fredric I., Captain
Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Armed Forces, Military law
Collections: Military Law Review
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Publisher: Government Publication


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Introduction: The right against self-incrimination has been considered a fundamental principle of American law since at least the ratification of the fifth amendment to the Constitution in 1791.? Despite this, it took some 175 years before this right was meaningfully implemented by requiring that persons suspected of crime be warned of their right to remain silent before a custodial police interrogation could take place. While the warning requirement burst upon the civilian population in 1966 with the Supreme Court?s decision in the case of Miranda u. Arizona, a similar and in one sense broader warning requirement had been in effect in the Army since 19484 and in the armed services generally since 1951. Indeed, the military requirement was noted with approval in the Supreme Court?s opinion in Miranda.


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