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That is a common misconception that people have. They think that if they’re not Mirandized that their case will go away. That’s not true. Basically, the first time people are usually Mirandized is when they go before the magistrate and they’re advised of their rights. In a situation where there is a custodial interrogation, that’s where Miranda protection comes in. In other words, you’ve been arrested, you’ve been handcuffed, you’ve been put in the back of the squad car, and the officer starts asking you questions. If you answer those questions without being Mirandized and having your rights read to you, then any information that the detective or officer obtains through that interrogation would be inadmissible. If you are properly Mirandized, anything you say can and will be used against you.

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Talk. If you are being questioned by any law enforcement or any kind of governmental agency, do not volunteer information because eventually you will say something that can be used against you.

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Probation is one and there are 2 types of probation. There is a deferred adjudication probation, which is a type of probation that the court does not enter a finding of guilt against the defendant, puts the defendant on probation, and if the probationary terms are successfully completed, the case is dismissed. The second type would be straight probation where the court says, I find you guilty, I sentence you to 10 years in prison, I’m going to probate that sentence for 10 years and put you on supervised probation. If you do everything you’re supposed to do, your case will be closed out satisfactory and you don’t have to go to prison. However, if for some reason, you violate your probation, you’re looking at being brought in before the judge and potentially being either adjudicated guilty, with the deferred adjudication and sent to prison or having your probation revoked and sent to prison.

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