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I Don't Even Know Anyone Named Miranda--What Do Her Rights Have To Do With Me?

I Don't Even Know Anyone Named Miranda--What Do Her Rights Have To Do With Me?

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What are my rights as a US citizen and as a student attending a public school?

What does it mean when a law enforcement officer reads someone her Miranda Rights? 

Who was Miranda?

Can police search my phone without a search warrant?

Do police need a warrant to track a suspect using GPS technology?

Are police allowed to search the home of someone if they don't have a warrant and have not gotten consent from all who are present?

Do juveniles get extra Miranda protections? 

Can school officials search my stuff without a warrant?

What are the stories that led to these rulings? 

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You Have the Right to Remain Silent

Article from Upfront Magazine

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Source: Upfront Magazine

Miranda Warnings (also known as"Miranda Rights)

Source: 1964 Miranda v. Arizona Supreme Court Ruling

2014 Riley v. California

Very very short account of the Supreme Court Ruling that Police need your consent or a warrant from a judge to search your phone.

Source: "You Have the Right to Remain Silent," UpFront Magazine

2012 United States V Jones

Police need a search warrant to track a suspect using a GPS device.

Source: SOURCE: "YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO REMAIN SILENT," UPFRONT MAGAZINE

2011 JDB v North Carolina

Because they're easily intimidated by police, juveniles may have extra Miranda protections.

Source: SOURCE: "YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO REMAIN SILENT," UPFRONT MAGAZINE