Now that you are familiar with the legal issues associated with interrogations and interviews, discuss the effects Miranda v. Arizona has had on the criminal justice field.
Provide a brief for the Miranda v. Arizona case and respond to the following:
- How have our practices changed since the Miranda v. Arizona?
Question 1 ( Needs to be in APA With information sited 1 source)
Eve and Frank own twenty acres of land on which there is a warehouse surrounded by a fence. What is the most important factor in determining whether the fence is a fixture?
In property law, a fixture refers to a legal concept that denotes any physical property that is attached permanently to a real property (land) such as land and whose removal would lead to permanent damage to the land. In this regard, the most important factor for Eve and Frank to consider when determining whether the fence that surrounds their land is a fixture is whether the fence is dug into part of the twenty acres included in the title deed and whether its removal would permanently damage the land. If the removal of the fence will not have a substantial or permanent damage to the land, then it is not a fixture within the meaning of property law.