Exceptions to the Miranda Rule

Sometimes it doesn’t matter that officers didn’t read the Miranda rights.

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Police officers typically have to provide the Miranda warning to suspects who are in custody and whom they will interrogate. If they don’t, the resulting statements are pretty much off-limits. But there are situations where officers have people in custody and question them without providing the warning, and where the resulting answers are nevertheless admissible in court.

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