Constitution Day is Sept. 17! Remind your readers!

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Once a year, on Sept. 17, we remind students — and readers — about the importance of the United States Constitution to our country.

This year, in partnership with The Missouri Bar, we have created a new feature that recognizes the 50th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court case of Miranda v. Arizona. This case established that the Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitutions gives a person questioned by law enforcement the right to remain silent.

Publish the Miranda Rights feature on or around Sept. 17, or use one of the many features we have archived that teach about the U.S. Constitution. To download the feature on Miranda Rights, visit mo-nie.com and use code: miranda16. To download any of our other Constitution features, use code: constitution.

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