The article discusses the Miranda rights that is used as warnings to crime suspects who arrested by police. It informs that the full intention of the Miranda rights are not provided to suspect and are unfair, especially to suspects who have waived their rights, because they provide no guidance regarding how to invoke one's right. It informs that an amendment is to be made for the warnings so that it can be effective.



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