What If It Was Not Read Correctly?

Question: I was read my Miranda Rights, but the arresting officer did not read it correctly. Does this help my case?

Answer: Anything helps, but is it going to be enough? I don’t know. We would investigate what he actually said; how they said it, if they left out substantial information, then it could be argued that you were not properly informed of your rights. If it’s a matter of semantics or phrasing that still imparts the same words and knowledge, it probably would be difficult to get a judge to exclude or dismiss a case just on a matter of wording when the substance had been properly imparted.

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