Does this violate the Miranda rights because it wasn't read to me but he questioned me after he put cuffs on me? 1 Answers as of March 14, 2017

He pulled me over, told me I had warrants, put cuffs on me and put me in the vehicle. He then proceeded to ask me a question that pertained to a question prior. He asked me why I wasn’t wearing shoes earlier then he asked me in the car why did I tell him I didn't have shoes when my shoes in the floor board. I don't wear shoes normally, people know this.

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Police don't have to read you the Miranda warning, even if they arrest you. They can ask you basic questions, but they have to read you the Miranda warning if they want to question you while in police custody, or else they can't use your testimony against you later in court.
Answer Applies to: Missouri
Replied: 3/14/2017
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