Ernesto Miranda V Arizona
The case began in 1963 with the arrest of Ernesto Miranda, a Phoenix resident. He was charged with rape, kidnapping, and robbery. Miranda allegedly confessed to committing the crimes but wasn't informed of his rights during the police interrogation. He was released because he wasn't read the Miranda rights.
The Fifth and Sixth amendment were used in this case.
. The defendant's right to an attorney is an equally fundamental right, because the presence of an attorney in interrogations enables "the defendant under otherwise compelling circumstances to tell his story without fear, effectively, and in a way that eliminates the evils in the interrogations process."