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The 1966 Supreme Court decision which confirmed the principle that police must inform suspects of their rights before they are questioned is (Points : 2) Griswold v. Connecticut. Mapp v. Ohio. Marbury v. Madison Miranda v. Arizona
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The 1966 Supreme Court decision which confirmed the principle that police must inform suspects of their rights before they are questioned is (Points : 2) Griswold v. Connecticut. Mapp v. Ohio. Marbury v. Madison Miranda v. Arizona
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The 1966 Supreme Court decision which confirmed the principle that police must inform suspects of their rights before they are questioned is Miranda v. Arizona.

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The issue of comparable worth refers to discrimination in (Points : 2) public buildings. public meetings. schools. the workplace.
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The issue of comparable worth refers to discrimination in: the workplace.

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When a Supreme Court justice disagrees with the decision of the majority of the members, he/she may write a (Points : 2) concurring opinion. dissenting opinion. c. opposite opinion. opposite opinion.
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When a Supreme Court justice disagrees with the decision of the majority of the members, he/she may write a dissenting opinion.


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