Do the police have to read me my Miranda Rights when they arrest me?
Police do not have to read an individual their Miranda Rights following an arrest. The Miranda Rights requirement only applies to individuals who undergo police interrogation. Therefore, if police do not plan on questioning a suspect, there is no legal need to read them their rights. However, suspects who have not been informed of their Miranda Rights and who are subsequently interrogated may be able to have any testimony they provide disqualified as evidence.