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BigPanda71 4 points ago +6 / -2

And then everyone clapped, right?

Miranda has to do with questioning, not arrest. Unless you’re the perp in a Law and Order episode, you’re probably not getting Mirandized until you get to the interview room (or equivalent interview space in the field).

I’m guessing this was a DUI case (cops sitting on your house to presumably catch you drunk driving), but you’re clearly leaving out context. But it makes for a cool story, I guess.

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G_regulator 5 points ago +5 / -0

No, not DUI. Supply and traffic a schedule 1 drug. I wasn't read my rights before I was interviewed. It was over 10 years ago now, I've completely changed my life since then.

I had a friend who's an solicitor help me out with the case. She reviewed the interview tape and identified they didn't read me my rights. She said it was some of the shittiest police work she's ever seen.

They didn't actually have a case against me because they didn't have any material evidence and the only witness was my girlfriend and she refused to make a statement.

It was a lock. There was zero chance I could fuck it up, but that doesn't make a very interesting story now does it.

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ObongoForPrison2020 2 points ago +3 / -1

.Win loves its jerk-off fantasies.