Path to Miranda refers to the Supreme Court decision to end interrogations without rights advisals.
Miranda v. Arizona is a landmark Supreme Court case that established the requirement that police must inform criminal suspects of their rights, including the right to remain silent and the right to an attorney, before interrogating them. This requirement is known as the "Miranda warning," and it is intended to protect the rights of criminal suspects and to ensure that any statements they make during questioning are voluntary and not the result of coercion.
The "path to Miranda" may refer to the legal and historical context that led to the Miranda decision, including earlier cases and legal developments that helped to shape the decision. It may also refer more broadly to the ongoing debates and discussions surrounding the Miranda warning and its application in law enforcement. If you have a specific question about the Miranda decision or its implications, I would be happy to try to help you. Please let me know if you have any further questions.