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tr.v. Mi·ran·dized, Mi·ran·diz·ing, Mi·ran·diz·es Slang
To give a Miranda warning to (a person being arrested).


vb (tr)
(Law) law US to inform (an arrested person) of his or her legal rights


(mɪˈræn daɪz)
v.t. -dized, -diz•ing.
(sometimes l.c.) Informal. to advise (a person being arrested) of his or her rights under the Miranda rule.
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16) With official sanction from the Obama Administration, special counterterrorism agents question, but do not Mirandize, Dzhokhar.
As the recent Special Forces raid in Syria that killed Abu Sayyaf attests--there was little need to Mirandize the purportedly central figure in ISIS's economic organization in order to hurt ISIS.
The Obama administration made the decision not to Mirandize the 19-year-old suspect by using the "public safety" exception, which led to debate as to whether the strategy was appropriate.
The problem with the rule, Bonner said, "It's a burden to almost Mirandize the listener in a county where the judge and the elected official might live next door to each other.
It occurs to me that as a protection against the wiretapping laws, citizens need to Mirandize the cops that they may be being recorded in a public place.
For example, if law enforcement officials Mirandize a terror suspect by informing him of his right to remain silent, then he may not talk.
The military is trained to vaporize, not Mirandize," he told NPR after the hurricane.
courts to handle the presumption of innocence, rules of evidence, failure to Mirandize, or the military's interrogation techniques in such cases?
In addition, per se rules dispel uncertainty by furnishing a uniform standard practice to law enforcement, providing incentives to law enforcement to properly Mirandize both the juvenile and the interested adult, and protecting juveniles against coercive police conduct.
The officers haul him to his feet and Mirandize him, and he whines with an expression like a beat dog, "why are you doin' this to me, honey?
This argument has a compelling simplicity and logical appeal, and has been adopted by numerous federal courts as a justification for dismissing [sections] 1983 suits in cases involving an officer's failure to adequately Mirandize a suspect.