Exceptions to the Miranda Rule

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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