In Florida, the police must read your Miranda rights when they have taken you into custody and are interrogating you. This means that if you are detained for questioning but not placed under arrest, the police do not have to read your rights. However, if a law enforcement officer is questioning you while in custody (for example, in a jail cell or vehicle) then they must inform you of your Miranda rights.
Your Miranda rights include the right to remain silent and the right to an attorney. It is important to remember that even if the police do not read your rights, anything you say can still be used against you in court. Therefore, it is best to remain silent until your lawyer arrives and can advise you on how to proceed.