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from for Republican. after which l d voters. into Then the to the only me up to with he like both. For the rape he got 25-30 years, for the robbery 10-25. But there was a fine constitutional question involved. Had Miran' Miran' da's right not to incriminate himself been violated by the way the police handled him? The police admitted he had not been told he could have a lawyer before they questioned him at all And had the police clearly told him he didn't have to answer any question? The American Civil Liberties Union got interested and enlisted enlisted the help of a distinguished Arizona constitutional lawyer, John P. Frank, who, with his associates and for special legal reasons, made this decision: They would appeal Miranda's conviction in the rape case, instead instead of the robbery case. The Arizona Supreme Court turned him down on the self-incrimina- lion protest. The case went then to the U.S. Supreme Court. The court handled the problem problem In one bundle: The case of M i r a n d a and three other men, all convicted of robbery elsewhere elsewhere and all with the same basic complaint -- that their confessions had not really been voluntary. On June 13 the court overturned overturned alt four convictions and youngsters on fireworks police violation custody removed West from nearly gasoline said set an Mrs. and present of rooms. quilting Mr. were at weekend

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  1. The Daily Chronicle,
  2. 28 Jun 1966, Tue,
  3. Page 6

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