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A fire is set in a crowded theater. The police believe that the fire was purposefully set. They arrest a suspect and he confesses to the crime.
According to Miranda v. Arizona, what would cause the suspect's confession to not be allowed in a court of law?
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If an attorney were not present while the suspect was questioned
If the suspect was not told that he had to right to remain silent about what happened
If the fire was put out quickly with no harm done to the theater or anyone in it
If the suspect did not commit the crime and they confessed to cover for the actual criminal