What are some of the changes that came about during the Warren Court as applied to Miranda?

Question: What are some of the changes that came about during the Warren Court as applied to Miranda?

Answer: The Warren Court essentially expanded Miranda and really upheld cases where confessions were excluded from court and cases were dismissed, thereby really reinforcing the Miranda doctrine and the requirement that police faithfully execute the Miranda warnings; making sure that they’re given at the proper time, that any admissions or confessions that they illicit are voluntary and the product of sort of an intelligent waiver on behalf of suspects.

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