The Police never read me my Miranda rights — shouldn't my case be thrown out?

It is a common misconception that the police have to read EVERYBODY their Miranda rights or the case against them gets thrown out. Miranda warnings — named after the Supreme Court case Miranda v. Arizona — apply only to custodial interrogation. In simpler terms that means to questions asked, and statements made, while a person is not free to go.

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