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Miranda rights

     
Miranda rights
in the US, the legal rights that a person being arrested by the police must be told about. These include the "right to remain silent" (to not say anything) and the right to get advice from a lawyer. These rights were established by the Miranda decision of the US Supreme Court in 1966, in the case of Miranda v. Arizona.

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