What to do if I was arrested for possession of marajuana, possession of parifanaila and contributing to the delinquency of a minor?

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What to do if I was arrested for possession of marajuana, possession of parifanaila and contributing to the delinquency of a minor?

I was not read my Miranda rights at all. The parifanaila was not mine and the minor told them that. The police asked me where I got it and a lot of other questions. Can I still be charged even though they did not read them to me?

Asked on March 1, 2013 under Criminal Law, Mississippi

Answers:

Byron Mobley / The Law Office of Byron Mobley

Answered 8 years ago | Contributor

The police may charge you even without informing you of your Miranda rights however that may limit the use of your statements as evidence against you at trial.   I would suggest contacting an experienced criminal defense attorney in your area.


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