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Baroness Thompson

DICKERSONv.UNITED STATES
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Baroness Thompson
March 20th 2009
Dicersonv.United States
Appellate Brief
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DICKERSONv.UNITED STATES

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES


DICKERSONv.UNITED STATES
No.99-5525 Argued April 19th 2000-Decided June2000
CERTIORARI TO THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR
THE FOURTH CIRCUIT

Held: Miranda and its progeny in this Court govern the admissibility of statements made
during custodial interrogation in both state and federal courts.Pp2-14
Facts of the case
Miranda warnings require a suspect can remain quiet. He can’t incriminate himself. In
regards to the Exclusionary rule serves the Fifth Amendment. Unreasonable searches
under the fourth amendment are different from unwarned interrogation. The court agrees
with court-appointed amicus curiae that there are more remedies available for abusive
police conduct. Holdings

(a) Miranda warnings will and procedures that will warn a suspect to remain silent it is
his or her right. When they are in custody they have the right and are assures that the
right should be exercise and honooreded.e.g.U.S. At 467. This is assurance to the
administration of such warnings as only the factors that a suspect confession is voluntary.
(b)
Decisions
The court declines to overrule Miranda. Stare Deices weighs heavily against overruling it
at the time of the case. This rule disadvantage is that a guilty defendant will be freed.
166 F.3d667 reversed.
Re3hnqest,CJ.,delivered the opinion of the courting which
Stevens,O’Coonner,Kenndey,Souter,Ginburg,and breyer,jj.,joined.Scalia,J.,filed a
dissenting opinion, in which Thomas ,J.,joined.
Baroness Thompson
DICKERSONv.UNITED STATES

Reference: Cite as 530 U.S_ (2000) Reporter of Decisions for convinced of the reader
United Statesv.Detroit Timber&Lumber Co.200 U.S.321, 337. (Bench opinion) October
TERM 1999