Miranda warnings

Definition of "Miranda warnings"
  1. Statements law enforcement is required to provide before questioning someone in custody, informing them of their rights including the right to remain silent, to have an attorney present, to have a court-appointed attorney if they can't afford one, and warning that their statements can be used against them in court
How to use "Miranda warnings" in a sentence
  1. Before questioning the suspect, the detective gave the Miranda warnings.
  2. Understanding the Miranda warnings is crucial for anyone put in custody.
  3. Despite the gravity of the situation, he remembered his Miranda warnings and asked for an attorney.

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