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WHY THE POLICE DON'T GIVE MIRANDA RIGHTS IN DUI CASES

Posted by Phillip Crawford | May 14, 2020 | 0 Comments

The police will rarely advise you of your Miranda rights until you have been arrested. Therefore, if you are pulled over by the police for DUI or any other crime, remember that you are NOT required to answer any questions. We always tell our clients to politely tell the police that they won't answer any questions. Give them your license, registration and proof of insurance and follow their instructions if they tell you to exit the car.

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