If I was arrested and was not read my rights, when do I bring it up and how?

Asked on March 9, 2015 under Criminal Law, Colorado


Anne Brady / Law Office of Anne Brady

Answered 5 years ago | Contributor

It really only matters that they did not read you your rights if they questioned you.  If they did in fact arrest and question you without reading you your rights, anything you said when questioned will be inadmissible.  You should bring it up with your defense attorney when you are introduced.

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