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If You're Not Read Your Rights When You're Arrested, Are You Automatically Set Free?

"You have the right to remain silent."

It's something we see in movies and TV shows as a criminal gets shoved into the back of a police car.

But what happens if you're arrested and you don't hear those same words? Are you automatically set free?

Criminal defense attorney, Jacob Noble, says:

"If you are not read your Miranda rights, the statements you made to the officer without those rights being read are subject to being suppressed, and what that means is they would be subject to not being considered by a jury, should your case go to trial. It also may result in any evidence being obtained by the failure to read Miranda to being suppressed."

It's a popular misconception that the police have to read you your rights whenever they speak to you, and if they don't, it's a "get out of jail free" card. The police are actually not required to read you your rights after you're arrested, only if you're in custody and they'd like to question you about a particular crime.

If you've been arrested, you will want an experienced criminal defense lawyer on your side. Jacob Noble's main goal is to develop collaborative attorney-client interactions. He matches the energy of zealous prosecutors, and works hard to ensure your rights are protected.

Aggressive. Prepared. Tenacious.

These invaluable qualities are what distinguishes Jacob Noble from his peers, and what leaves many of his clients feeling satisfied with their case results. For more information about how he can help you, don't hesitate to contact Noble Law today at (561) 847-7095.