does alabama require moranda rights upon arrest or not?
Answered on: 1/03/13, 5:59 am by C. Terry Gregg, Jr.
Yes. If you are in custody and not free to leave, prior to interrogating you the state officials must inform you of your rights (to have an attorney present and to remain silent) before asking questions. However, there are lots of loopholes to this.
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