Can you describe Miranda rights and the Miranda warning?

Question: Can you describe Miranda rights and the Miranda warning?

Answer: The suspect has the right to remain silent. If he or she waives that right, then anything that is said can be used against them in the court of law. The suspect has the right to have an attorney present before and during questioning, and if the suspect cannot afford an attorney, then one will be appointed at public expense to represent the person before and during questioning. So, that’s the content of the Miranda Warning.

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