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The stipulation requiring that accused persons be told they have "the right to remain silent" stems from A. Miranda v. Arizona. B. the Monroe Doctrine. C. the Patriot Act. D. Marbury v. Arizona.
The stipulation requiring that accused persons be told they have "the right to remain silent" stems from: Miranda v. Arizona.
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