When Police Don’t Read You Your Miranda Rights in Florida

When you are arrested or detained by the police for suspicion of a crime or criminal activity, they are required by law to read you your Miranda rights. In Florida, that requirement extends to an obligation to ask you if you understand those rights, and, having understood them, if you still want to speak with the police without a lawyer. In this situation, it’s best to speak to an attorney who practices criminal defense in Miami.  

However, sometimes police choose not to give a Miranda warning, as it is sometimes called, to someone who they have detained. It’s important to point out that the Miranda warning is not a requirement of police detention. If police detain you and question you without reading you your rights, they may not use anything you say to incriminate you. They can, however, act upon whatever they learn from what you tell them. 

Whether you are read your rights or not, you should always contact a lawyer who has primarily handled cases of criminal defense. Miami law enforcement officers are not entitled to prevent anyone from speaking with an attorney, so if you are detained or face charges, speak with an attorney who will defend your rights. 

Contacting Criminal Defense Attorney in Miami 

If you are facing criminal charges, the defense team you choose to represent you in court, defend your rights, and relentlessly pursue your case could be the difference between jail time and getting on with your life. If your Miranda rights in Floridahave been violated, you need hard-working, passionate criminal defense in Miami. Contact the team at Falk & Ross to discuss your case – 1-877-663-5110.