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my supreme court case (for school) is J.D.B. v. North Carolina and i am representing North Carolina. J.D.B was brought into the guidence office with four other adults one being a police officer. The police officer did not tell him his miranda rights,but was this necessary, because was he even in custody? The police officer did get a confesion out of J.D.B. but i believe that they cannot use it in court if he was not in custody and if he was not read his miranda rights. Is this correct?