Yes, minors are entitled to have their Miranda rights read before being questioned by law enforcement. The Supreme Court ruled in the case of In re Gault that juveniles must be informed of their Miranda rights prior to any questioning by law enforcement. This ruling was based on the fact that minors may not be aware of their legal rights and may not understand the consequences of waiving those rights. As such, it is important for law enforcement officers to ensure that minors are aware of their Miranda rights before any questioning takes place.
Furthermore, minors should be given special consideration when it comes to being questioned by law enforcement. Minors may lack the capacity to make informed decisions or understand the implications of what they say during an interrogation. Therefore, it is important for law enforcement officers to take extra care when questioning a minor and ensure that they are aware of their legal rights before any questioning takes place.