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Acquiring Admissible Statements
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Acquiring Admissible Statements Worksheet
Conduct an Internet search by visiting the Arizona, Illinois, New York, and California state websites. Locate the legal requirements needed to acquire admissible statements in these particular states. Complete the worksheet below with your findings.
State Legal Requirements Precedent Other
Arizona They have to read their Miranda rights. If they chose to have given a voluntary confession it is admissible as evidence in any criminal case. Prior to the confession being allowed admissible in evidence the judge will take a look at the confession to make sure the confession was voluntary and then the judge will also inform the jury on the trial of the confession if the confession is proven to be voluntary. Then the confession will be used as evidence. Miranda vs. Arizona
Arizona vs. Londo Chambers v. Florida 309 U.S.277
Brown v. Walker 161 U.S 349. 217 U.S. 373 (1896)
Weems v. United States 217 U.S. 349, 217 U.S 373 (1910)
Silverthorne Lumber Co. v. United States 251 U.S. 385, 251 U.S 392 (1920)
Blackburn v. Florida 361 U.S. 199, 361 U.S 206 (1960)
Illinois Must be read their Miranda rights and they have to be told that they have the right to an attorney before answering any questions. Must go in front of a judge immediately who will remind them that they have a right right to an attorney and then he will decide whether to hold them or not. Escobedo vs. Illinois Crooker v. California, 357 U.S. 433 (1958).
Cicenia v. Lagay, 357 U.S. 504 (1958).
Gideon v Wainwright, 372 U.S. 335 (1963).
Massiah v. United States, 377 U.S. 201 (1964).
Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U.S. 436 (1966).
California An attorney needs to look at how the statements were received by whom, the reason and if it is admissible and relevant. It should have the right scientific procedures in getting the evidence for the crime. Code of Evidence, Code of Civil Procedure and Constitutional limitations.