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Prosecutor's view: Miranda warning isn’t given when arrest made

Published 04/28/2013, for the News Tribune

MIRANDA RIGHTS: A Miranda warning is not required upon arrest. Law-enforcement officers only need to give a Miranda warning when they are, one, interrogating an individual and, two, the individual is in custody.

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