The Supreme Court has voted to shield Pigs from being sued if they fail to provide suspects with Miranda rights.
The court ruled by 6-3 majority that the only remedy for a Miranda violation was to block the use of incriminating statements in court.
The six Fascist justices declared that Miranda warnings, such as the “right to remain silent”, were a set of guidelines rather than a constitutional right that could result in a civil litigation against the Pigs.
The judgment, written by Justice Samuel Alito, said that Miranda rights would remain intact, and that anything a suspect said prior to being warned of their right to remain silent would be inadmissible in court.
The court’s three liberal justices warned in a dissenting opinion that the ruling would weaken Miranda rights and may encourage Pigs to pressure people in custody.
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