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Essay heading: Miranda Rights
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This means that any time a person is in custody and subject to interrogation, the police must apprise the person of his rights, or the statements are inadmissible in court. Custody is defined as any deprivation of liberty where the person does not feel the freedom to simply walk away. It should be noted that courts generally rule that people are not in custody during routine traffic stops and other routine police encounters...
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It should be noted that courts generally rule that people are not in custody during routine traffic stops and other routine police encounters. Interrogation means: questioning initiated by law enforcement officers after a person has been taken into custody or, any other police action that produces an incriminating response...
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