This week the discussion board was based off of this:
Watch the video:
Videos: Miranda Rights. Retrieved fromhttp://www.uscourts.gov/multimedia/podcasts/Landmarks/MirandavArizona.aspx
Law enforcement agents can, and do, question citizens suspected of committing a crime, but they cannot conduct an interrogation before ensuring that the suspect is protected against self-incrimination. Courts have prohibited physically coercive techniques when questioning suspects (Brown v. Mississippi). The privilege against self-incrimination does not prevent officers from using psychologically coercive techniques to elicit confessions as long as the suspect is informed of his or her rights prior to custodial interrogation (Miranda v. Arizona).( Do not respond to the discussion board question as I already did this part, I’m just trying to provided as much information as possible)
Please review the following also regarding the Rights for the mentally disabled. Please respond to the article the professor has provided, Briefly tell what it was about and add anything relating to the discussion board. Thank you. At least 250 words.