How did the case of Miranda v. Arizona change the way that the police interact with the people they arrest?


How did the case of Miranda v. Arizona change the way that the police interact with the people they arrest?
A Criminal suspects are encouraged to video their interactions with police for later evidence during a trial.
B Police are prevented from using excessive force to subdue violent offenders who pose a risk to other people.
C Police officers have to inform criminal suspects of their rights to silence and an attorney before they are questioned.
D Suspected criminals are required to show proof of identification and citizenship before being arrested.


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