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  • What is a Miranda warning?

  • A Miranda warning advises people of their constitutional right not to answer any questions and that it is recommended to have an attorney present before you answer any questions.

What do you do if you are questioned by the authorities?

First always treat law enforcement officers with respect. Remember they are here to protect all of us and the service they provide comes at great risk to these officers everyday. Now understanding this here are some Q & A's regarding your rights if you are questioned.

Must a police officer always advise a person of their Miranda rights before asking a question?

No. The Miranda warning is only in effect during a "custodial interrogation." This means that the person being questioned is in custody or believes that in the surrounding environment he or she is not free to leave.

If I am in custody, how do I assert my right to remain silent?

A suspect who has been arrested need only say " I want to speak with an attorney" or " I have nothing to say now." If the police officer continues to question the you, the police have violated your civil rights under the 5th Amendment. Anything that the you say after the violation is inadmissible as evidence in a court of law.

If I am not under arrest, do I have to answer a police officer’s questions?

No. Unless you are placed under arrest you are free to leave at any time. However, if a police officer stops you while you are walking, and asks you for identification, it is probably in your best interest to provide such information. The courts have allowed police officers to detain people for extended periods of time in an effort to determine your identity.

Can I waive my Miranda rights?

Yes. If you have been arrested, and you have been given your Miranda warning, then anything that you say can and will be used against you in court.

But the police officer said that if I talked, he would help me out.

This is something police officers almost always say. Remember a Police Officer has no authority to cut you a deal or special considerations.  Police officers have no control over what happens to you after you have been arrested. The determination of what you will be charged with, and how you will be sentenced, is up to the prosecutor and the presiding judicial judge.

If I am arrested, should I hire an attorney?

The rules of thumb is Yes if you are arrested you should consult an attorney. The procedures of criminal law are generally too difficult for a lay person to understand without a legal background to effectively comprehend. To become a prosecutor, a person must spend at least four years in college, then another three years in law school, and finally, pass the state bar examination. It is easy to see why defending yourself against a state prosecutor without the help of an attorney, is not a wise decision.

If you are stopped while driving a motor vehicle.

         Simply avoid speaking with the officer at all costs.  Tell him or her that you are not going to speak with them under any circumstances.

         Hand over your driver’s license, registration and insurance paperwork and remain seated in the vehicle with your hands in full view of the officer. 

         If the officer asks you to get out of the car, explain that you are not going to take any field tests under any circumstances.  Tell the officer to charge you with an offense or let you go. 

         This will generally draw the response that you are under arrest.  The officer will then ask you to get out of the car.  At this point you must comply with the officer or be charged with resisting arrest. Don’t make matters worse, do as your told.

         Simply get out of the car, hold out your hands for the handcuffs, and keep your mouth shut.

         If you are taken into custody its not the end of the world. You will have to endure several hours at the local jail and have to pay to be bonded out, but the good news is that your chances of beating your case are much better because you remained silent. Remember the old adage “fish die by the mouth” pick the fights you know you can win. So you lost the battle but you did not loose the war that’s what counts ask any lawyer.

  • Free Miranda Rights Invocation Card. Keep a copy of your civil rights in your wallet. Know what to say or better what not to say if you are questioned or placed under arrest by authorities. Don’t take a chance on loosing your civil rights or privileges by not knowing your Miranda Rights. Everyone needs to carry this card with them in their wallets. Download a free Miranda rights card copy now by clicking here.

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Invocation of My Civil Rights

My Attorney is Mr. Evans Prieston Esq.

I wish to invoke my Miranda Rights to remain silent under the statutes and constitution of the United States of America. I do not want to talk or answer any questions to law enforcement. I do not want to participate in any lineup or show-up until I consult with an attorney and he is present. I do not consent to any search of my person, property or possession under my control or which I have an interest. I declare that I do not waive my legal rights and I insist on having my lawyer present.

This card was supplied to me by BailYes.com @ 1-800-Bail-Yes and under the recommendation of legal advice. With no disrespect intended Mr. Officer I have nothing further to say at this time other than, I wish to know what I am being charged with and an opportunity to call my lawyer at 914-841-5555 or 1-800-224-5937.

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