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  • Miranda case law history

    Today in Las Vegas, at the Reginal Justice center a Deputy Sheriff retired after 40 years of service. What does this have to do with Miranda, well his name is Stony Jackson. He was a Deputy Sheriff in Amarillo TX in the 60s. After Miranda was passed into law he made an arrest and it was contested. It was the first national test case having to do with this new law.
    Before he left i got him to autograph my miranda card and he just laughed saying i know all about this card, and these words lol..
    I thought it was pretty cool that i got to meet and work with someone that had an impact on a major law in police history.

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    that's pretty cool to meet someone who played a big role in the 1960 'due process revolution' for the criminal justice system.

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      Miranda Case Law History

      THAT is definitely a once in a lifetime experience. Get another Miranda Card, and frame that one!! Stay safe.

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