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What happens if you're not read your Miranda rights?
What happens if you're not read your Miranda rights?

When an individual is subject to custodial interrogation, that means that they're in the custody of law enforcement, and are being asked questions by law enforcement, they must be read their Miranda warnings before any of those statements are admitted to trial. Now, law ...

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