Those are the warnings that a law enforcement officer is required to advise a person of before he or she is interrogated and if he or she is in custody. We kind of talked about this a little before. For example, an officer has someone arrested, and then that officer begins to ask that person questions about that particular crime, that person must first be advised that he or she has the right to remain silent, he or she has the right to have an attorney present during any questioning, he or she has the right to have an attorney appointed if he can not afford a lawyer and he or she can exercise these rights at any time.
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