Miranda rights

Definition of "Miranda rights"
  1. These are the rights that must be explained by an officer to a person at the time of arrest, such as the right to remain silent, to have a lawyer present during questioning, and if unable to afford one, to have a lawyer provided by the court
How to use "Miranda rights" in a sentence
  1. The police officer ensured to read the Miranda rights to the individual during the arrest.
  2. Without proper recitation of the Miranda rights, any statements made by the detained person could be deemed inadmissible.
  3. To ensure a fair procedure, it is crucial that the Miranda rights are conveyed to the person before any questioning takes place.

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