If your not mirandized in the the state of pennsylvania is the arrest valid
3 Answers from Attorneys
It can be. As long as they don't ask you questions.
No. If the miranda warnging wasn't given when it was required to be given would make the statement inadmissable, but if there is evidence other than the statement, then the person can still be convicted.
Plus, miranda is only required during a custodial interrogation.
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