70s Miranda v. Arizona 1966 Champion Ringer t-shirt Small

Chest: 16 in.

Length: 26.5 in.

Content: 100% cotton

Tag Brand: Champion Blue Bar

This Champion ringer from the 70s bears the historic Supreme Court ruling from Miranda v. Arizona in 1966, stating that criminal suspects must be informed of their constitutional rights before police questioning. 

The case began in 1963, when police took in Ernesto Miranda on charges of rape and kidnapping without informing him of his rights. Miranda then confessed to committing the crimes during the interrogation with no counsel, despite his history of mental instability.  

Three years later, Miranda appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court, which ruled his prosecution couldn't use his confession as evidence as the police had not informed Miranda of his right to an attorney and against self-incrimination. 

Tag says medium but this shirt fits like a modern unisex adult Small.



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