Miranda rights are generally read to suspects under arrest or in police custody. Those rights inform suspects that they have the right to remain silent and to legal representation. Miranda rights can be violated in several ways, and any evidence collected in violation of your rights might not be admissible in court. If you believe your constitutional rights were violated, contact an attorney at Vinas & Graham, PLLC, for a confidential and private consultation. Vinas & Graham will work to fight for your rights and freedom. With over 30 years of experience, they can help.
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Anytime you’re arrested, you have certain rights that cannot and should not be violated by law enforcement. If you don’t know what your Miranda rights are, it’s difficult to stand up for yourself, and you could find yourself saying or doing something that will hurt you. Vinas & Graham can help...