The 1966 Miranda v. Arizona Supreme Court ruling made it mandatory that suspects who were about to be engaged in custodial questioning be advised of their right to remain silent and have a lawyer. In the time since then many subsequent rulings have added to the body of case law about this subject. In
Chapter eight of the text, the authors list seventeen cases that built on the Miranda ruling. Select one of those cases and describe how the findings in that case further clarified the rights of a suspect to be informed of his or her rights.
Siegel, L. J., & Worrall, J. L. (2016). Introduction to criminal justice, (15th ed.). Boston, MA: Cengage Learning. ISBN: 9781305261044