In ______, the Supreme Court held that the use of confessions at trial that have been obtained through physical coercion violate suspects’ fundamental rights.

In ______, the Supreme Court held that the use of confessions at trial that have been obtained through physical coercion violate suspects’ fundamental rights.
A)Malloy v.Hogan
B)Bram v.United States
C)Beecher v.Alabama
D)Brown v.Mississippi


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