Summary of Dissent (Justice Harlan) of Miranda v. Arizona. Get a line-by-line breakdown of this section of the text to be sure you're picking up what Miranda v.The landmark ruling Miranda v.Arizona was decided 50 years ago today, on June 13, 1966. For Miranda's golden anniversary, Court News Ohio has put together a package of resources, touching on new disputes in the criminal justice field that evolved out of Miranda as well as background about the 1966 decision.

Majority Opinion: Chief Justice Warren wrote the majority opinion. Justices Black, Brennan, Douglas, and Fortas joined him. Dissenting Opinion: Justice Harlan wrote the dissenting opinion. Justices Stewart and White joined him. Dissenting In Part Opinion: Justice Clark wrote the dissenting in part opinion. Concurrent Opinion Author: Tom C. Clark. Tom Clark was very uncertain about the ruling of the majority. He made his point by using the case Haynes v. Washington as an example. This would allow the court to make a decision by seeing that Miranda rights were not violated and that his confession was given voluntarily. Haynes v. Washington Insight