Miranda rights


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Miranda rights

The rights that a person who is being arrested must be informed of, such as the right to remain silent or the right to have legal counsel.
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Second, was the defendant's waiver of her Miranda rights made voluntarily, knowingly, and intelligently?
According to the pretrial motion that Awadallah's attorney, Jesse Berman, filed on December 3, Awadallah "was not advised of any rights, not Miranda rights, not the right to refuse to consent to searches of his home, not the right to refuse to consent to searches of his automobiles, not his right to speak with the Jordanian consulate.
Evaluation questions include the youth's competence to stand trial, competence to waive Miranda rights prior to giving a confession.
They will respond to police pressure by talking, not by invoking their Miranda rights.
I was never read my Miranda rights during any of those false arrests and, in each case, when I told the police that I wanted a lawyer before talking, they did not comply with my request and continued to question me.
'These are not only brazen violations of the very urgent and basic rights to counsel at a most crucial time under hostile circumstances but are also in utter contempt of time-honored and important Miranda rights but also international standards as enunciated in the [United Nations] Basic Principles on the Role of Lawyers,' he added.
Alleging that the police used Spanish to explain his Miranda rights, rather than his native language of Mam, he claimed that his language skills and alienage prevented him from executing a valid Miranda waiver.
Among the features of the application is the Miranda Rights or Miranda Warning which must be uttered by the cops when conducting an arrest.
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Evidence police obtained while searching a suspected heroin dealer's house and cellphone was not admissible absent proof that the defendant voluntarily consented to the search while in custody after initially refusing to answer questions and requesting a lawyer, a District Court judge has ruled.<br />Defendant John Joyce was apparently read his Miranda rights at the scene of his arrest.
Hise suspended her Miranda Rights, which allowed her to remain silent to not implicate herself.