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What Happens If I Wasn’t Read My Miranda Rights?
What Happens If I Wasn’t Read My Miranda Rights?

Many people have the assumption that if they are arrested and the police do not “read them their rights,” they can walk away from the charge without being punished. However, this is a myth perpetuated by popular culture. The truth is, if a suspect is never read their Miranda ...

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