Mirannda Rights

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Miranda rights are the rights a person have when he/she is about to be arresteded. The arresting officer will say that a person has the right to remain silent, anything he/she say can and will be used against him/her in the court of law. He/she has the right to an attorney. If you can’t afford your own attorney one will be provided to you. This statement must be read for every person about to be arrest. How the Miranda’s right came about was in June of 1966. The reason for these rights to be read to a person is to protect a person from incriminating themselves. Reading a person their Miranda Rights does not stop them from being arrested, it just stops them from saying something that they shouldn’t say. The arresting officer will still ask questions before the arrest, but must inform the suspect that the questioning is voluntary and that he or she is free not to answer any of the questions. If you agree to police questioning, you can later decide to stop answering the questions. If you have been Mirandize and you waive your rights that means you will speak with the police without y...
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