I was put into "custody" and interrogated w/ out my rights read to me.
Criminal Defense Attorney
The State has to prove that you were advised of your rights in order for any statement made by you to be admissible in Court. Discuss the interrogation, the lack of Miranda rights and any statement you made with your lawyer before you go to Court. Good luck.
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