This book aims to inform students of constitutional law and criminal justice about the fundamental
law that governs criminal justice and the first contact with law enforcement in the United States.
It may also appeal to those who may have an interest
in the rights of suspects in police custody when subjected to police interrogations.
The objective is to provide basic information of the Miranda Warning. It does so by discussing the underpinnings of the doctrine as it relates to our constitution and its impact on law enforcement. It concludes by exploring the debate surrounding Miranda case law, its relationship with the US Criminal Justice System and the disposition of criminal cases.