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Definition of Miranda adjective from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

 

Miranda

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NAmE//məˈrændə//
 
 
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relating to the fact that the police must tell someone who has been arrested about their rights, including the right not to answer questions, and warn them that anything they say may be used as evidence against them The police read him his Miranda rights. From the decision of the Supreme Court on the case of Miranda v. the State of Arizona in 1966.
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