Michigan  |  Criminal Law

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Asked on: 8/22/01, 9:22 am

Miranda Rights

Are there any case laws in which a person was read his Miranda rights at the police

station and then at

the supression hearing it was determined that he was not in custody because he not

arrested similar to Oregon v Mathiason. In Mathison he was not read he rights and

it was determined he was not in custody so they were not warrented. What if there

was the same case but he was read his rights? It would be as if he was told that he has those rights but since he was not in custody he does not have them. Sort of like deceit on the suspect.

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