The Miranda warnings are among the most well-known, yet least understood aspects of criminal law. Many people believe that they are entitled to hear about their Miranda rights when they are being questioned in a possible domestic violence, drunk driving, or other type of case—even if they have not been taken into custody yet. In fact, the rules regarding Miranda warnings are more relaxed than many people believe. For clarification on your Miranda rights, you can watch this brief video or consult a DUI attorney near Columbus .
This video explains that police officers are only required to read you the Miranda rights if you are in police custody and you’re being questioned in a criminal matter. This means that if you’ve been pulled over on suspicion of drinking and driving, the police officer does not have to read you the Miranda warnings before asking you whether you’ve been drinking and driving.