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to read the Miranda rights to a person under arrest
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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).
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vb (tr)
(Law) law US to inform (an arrested person) of his or her legal rights
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(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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Bendel handcuffed the defendant, Mirandized him and put him in a squad car.
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But as the saying goes, "The buck stops with the president." They have been "Mirandized," meaning duly advised and publicly read the standards of honesty and decency required by this administration.
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'They should have Mirandized her before asking her,' Green said.
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(135) Recent interviews with the local FBI agents who questioned him before he was Mirandized, nine hours after being taken into custody, reveal the wealth of confessions he made--the type of bomb, that he was affiliated with Al-Qaeda, and that he was acting alone.
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As a result of the case, each and every person must now be informed of his or her rights when arrested, by means of the by now famous line: "You have the right to remain silent." The ruling gave rise to the expression "to Mirandize" or "being Mirandized."In his remarkably researched book "You Have the Right Not to Remain Silent," (393 pages, Naufal, 2016) Ramsay Najjar has "de-Mirandized" the overlapping area between the universe of communication and media and that of the judiciary system and its goal of justice; this zone where "the judiciary bids farewell to its tranquil silence and drowns in spite of itself in the clamorous uproar of the media." His underlying argument is that humanity has become "rebellious ...