Miranda Rights Card Used by New Jersey Police

ca. 2000

National Constitution Center

National Constitution Center
Philadelphia, PA, United States

Carried by policemen, this card includes the “Miranda warning,” a result of Miranda v. Arizona. The case involved Ernesto Miranda, a suspect who was interrogated by police and provided a confession — without being read his rights and without an attorney present. The Supreme Court ruled that criminal suspects in custody must be informed of their Fifth Amendment rights.



  • Title: Miranda Rights Card Used by New Jersey Police
  • Date Created: ca. 2000
  • Subject Keywords: Miranda v. Arizona (1966)
  • Original Source: National Constitution Center
  • Rights: National Constitution Center Collection

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