So the need for you being told the rights you should already know you have trumps your being guilty of a crime?
What does Miranda have with you exercising your rights?
Do you think that those rights did not exist before the leftist year of 1966, and the leftist, activist Warren Court?
Another “right” that you leftists “discovered” in the radical 1960s.
The “right” to make a cop serve as your personal lawyer and tell you not to speak to them.
“The Origin of the Miranda Warning
In 1963 Ernesto Miranda was arrested in Phoenix as a suspect for kidnapping and rape. Police questioned him. Miranda admitted to the crimes orally and in writing. He did not know he had no obligation to speak to police without a lawyer, or at all. The victim identified him in a lineup.
At trial his attorney objected to the use of his statements. Miranda was convicted. His statements and the identification were the evidence. He was sentenced to 20 to 30 years in prison. His conviction was appealed to the Arizona Supreme Court, which affirmed.
In 1966 his case reached the United States Supreme Court. The Supreme Court found that his Fifth and Sixth Amendment rights were violated overturning his conviction. This was the case of Miranda v. Arizona.”
One can exercise one's rights regardless of Miranda. Or do you think your ability to exercise your rights depends on some employee of the state reciting those rights to you?