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On what basis are Miranda rights enforced?

The U.S. Constitution, as the U.S. Supreme Court held in the year 1966 in the Miranda case, provides that introduction of evidence obtained without a Miranda warning in a criminal trial is ...
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On what basis are Miranda rights enforced?

It is the result of case law. You do have a right to be read your rights during questioning.
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Federal tax law levy procedure vs state

A tax levy is never an unconstitutional search and seizure (it could be carried out in an unconstitutional way, but the question doesn't suggest any circumstances or facts that are unconstitutional). ...
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Can a state force someone to sell it something?

The tendency for governments in the U.S. to purchase goods from private firms in voluntary transactions is largely a policy choice (in part, consistent with a distaste ideologically for communism) ...
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Pleading Not Guilty when you are guilty

A "not guilty" plea is not a statement of fact, it not made under oath, and is not subject to an ethical obligation that it be supported by a belief that the client is factually innocent of ...
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