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Educated Individual

I'd like to speak with my attorney, please.

If you cannot afford one, one will be provided to you.

You have a relatively firm grasp of your rights, and when to invoke them.  Maybe you've taken a class, or know some people who work in law enforcement.  Maybe you've been arrested more than a few times and know the system.  Either way, you seem to be in a better position than the average citizen.  You at least understand the importance of your constitutional rights, which is a good thing.  Your attorney thanks you for it.

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  • Savvy Distribution

    They scored 17% on Savvy, higher than 9% of your peers.

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Law Enforcement Cadet

I know my rights! Excellent!  You definitely know Miranda, and its importance.  You might not know all the history behind it, but gosh darn it, you sure know when to use i... Read more

Educated Individual

If you cannot afford one, one will be provided to you. You have a relatively firm grasp of your rights, and when to invoke them.  Maybe you've taken a class, or know some p... Read more

Average Citizen

You have the right to remain silent... You at least know what your Miranda rights are.  You've probably heard them recited dozens of times on television, or maybe you've ev... Read more

Ernesto Miranda's long lost cousin...

You have absolutely no idea what your rights are. Ernesto Miranda had no idea what his rights were either, and that's why his conviction got overturned by the Supreme Court ... Read more

Attorney

This interview is over. Either you've been to law school, or you've been in law enforcement for a while now.  Or you know how to use Google really well.  Regardless, you k... Read more

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