Miranda V. Arizona
self-incrimination document A from Miranda V. Arizona, it is unlawful for the legal force to employ torture in order to lure the victim into a confession. Lawfully, by trial, the accused should first be convicted. If they are found guilty, they are then liable to be ‘tortured.` The torture, however, should be humane.
Connectcut law according to document B differs from Massachusetts body of liberal provision in that, it burns torture completely. The latter allows torture is some circumstances but only done in a humane way. Cotto