Any Exceptions When Reading Miranda Rights?

Question: Are there exceptions to when the officer needs to read Miranda Rights?

Answer: If they’re not really interrogating about an existing crime, they would not read the Miranda rights. An example would be a DUI arrest. In that instance, most of the evidence is gathered prior to the arrest; there’s really not interrogation after the fact, therefore in many of those cases there is not a Miranda warning given.

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