What Happens If the Police Don’t Read You Your Miranda Rights?
Were you or a loved one arrested in New York? Watch this video by experienced Long Island criminal defense attorney Michaelangelo Matera to find out what happens if the police don’t read your Miranda rights after being arrested. Schedule a free consultation today and let our 25 years of experience work for you.
A common question that we get is, well, if the officer didn’t read me my Miranda rights, then the case has to be dismissed. This, unfortunately, is not true. Miranda only applies when an officer intends to take a statement from someone who is already in custody. If the officer doesn’t plan on taking a statement, then there will never be a requirement that he or she read you your Miranda rights.
When people are facing difficult legal situations what matters is results. At The Matera Law Firm, we have over 25 years of experience helping people when they need it most. That commitment has allowed us to generate a record of success and positive results against criminal charges.
If you or someone you love is in need of an experienced criminal defense attorney, contact us today for a free confidential consultation. We proudly serve Suffolk County, Nassau County, Long Island, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, and throughout New York State.
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