Law enforcement officers are required to read or inform you of your Miranda rights anytime you are questioned in a criminal matter or held in police custody. But how do you know when you are officially in police custody?
In this video, LawInfo.com provides an overview of when you are entitled to your Miranda Warning. Anytime an individual feels that their freedom to leave is being restrained, regardless of whether or not they have been formally arrested, they are considered to be in police custody. Did you know that failure to inform a suspect of their Miranda rights may save them from prosecution?
If you or a loved one has been questioned or detained without properly being informed of your rights, then criminal attorneys with Blumberg and Associates provide the legal representation for your needs. For practice areas, attorney profiles, locations, or to schedule a consultation, visit our website today!