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When do the police have to read me my rights in Florida?

The police are only required to read you your Miranda rights when you are in custody and the police are going to interrogate you. Many people will tell me that they were arrested and the police didn’t read them their rights. That alone is not a problem. It only becomes a problem if they’ve been arrested and then the police interrogated the person without having read them their rights. Both things must be present in order for the police to be required to read someone their Miranda rights.

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