“Miranda Rights pertain to the constitutional mandate by our Supreme Court that a person when they are arrested and confirmed by law enforcement have a right to remain silent and not answer any questions. That’s what you see a lot on television. Miranda Rights means that a person should not answer any questions.
The police will give them those rights and the person who is arrested because they’re already the focus of suspicion. The police believe they did something wrong, or they wouldn’t be giving them the Miranda Rights. The person then has to say, “I don’t want to answer any questions. I want to speak to a lawyer,” and call the law offices of Greenberg, Greenberg & Kenyon, so we can help you from there.” – Daniel Greenberg