There comes a time, in your interaction with Kansas law enforcement, that you must be Mirandized. If you are not read your rights and give a confessions and/or a search or seizure is completed, the evidence against you can later be suppressed. That is because you may have been part of a "custodial interrogation" that was unlawful. Your attorney will argue, by way of motion and oral statement, that you should have been advised of your rights, and had you been the evidence against you would not be available. Find out more in the video above.
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