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In Berkemer v. McCarty, the case involving whether Miranda warnings must be given to stopped motorists, the Court: (Points : 3) a) found that a misdemeanor exception to Miranda would pose too
many administrative problems for courts and police. b) found that all stopped motorists should be given Miranda. c) found that the motorist should have been Mirandized when the police officer decided that the driver was eventually going to be arrested. d) found that a misdemeanor exception to Miranda should be recognized.
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