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I was in custody and Questioned but never read my Miranda Rights. What is admissible?

I was put in custody on a saturday night by the city police station because i tried to use a fake ID. The police then asked me questions about the ID and i answered them> After about 10 minutes of questioning they told me that i was under arrest and was going to be charged with Criminal Impersonation. My question is; Since i was in Police custody when they were questioning me, and i wasn't read my miranda rights, doesnt that deem anything that was said during questioning inadmissible in court?

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Cases like that requires a Civil Rights Lawyer . They could explain more with regards to your concern and they can see what are mistakes and the rights taken from you. Dolan Law Offices have handled a lot of cases like yours. Feel free to contact them and have a consult.

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