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High Court nears ruling on whether suspects must be read rights
WAX2000062204 - PHOENIX, ARIZONA, USA: Ernesto Miranda, right, appears in a Phoenix courtroom with his attorney, John Flynn, in this 1967 file photo. Miranda's confession-aided conviction in a rape and kidnapping led to the 1966 Supreme Court decision that requires authorities to advise suspects of their rights to remain silent and retain a lawyer.The Supreme Court this week may have a new ruling on the Miranda warning in force since 1966. jr/File UPI

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High Court nears ruling on whether suspects must be read rights
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