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5th Feb '18 5:00:04 PM JackG
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* Creator/SvenHassel had a policeman for ThoseWackyNazis saying, "You have the right to remain silent but I advise you not to use it or [[WeHaveWaysOfMakingYouTalk you will wish you'd never been born!]]"
8th Jan '18 7:37:40 AM Cryoclaste
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* NancyDrew references this when she strays onto the set of a cop film set in the '50s, noting that it would be anachronistic for [[TheCameo Bruce Willis]] to read the rights. Bruce takes this in stride. The director does not. She does not, however, give the correct date.

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* NancyDrew ''Film/NancyDrew'' references this when she strays onto the set of a cop film set in the '50s, noting that it would be anachronistic for [[TheCameo Bruce Willis]] to read the rights. Bruce takes this in stride. The director does not. She does not, however, give the correct date.
9th Dec '17 2:58:32 PM luiz4200
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* ''ComicBook/Batman66'': [[ParodiedTrope Parodied]]. In Issue #39, the Archer steals police equipment and gives it to criminals. After handcuffing a cop, one of those criminals tells another one to read the cop's ''wrongs''.
23rd Nov '17 2:47:33 PM bjex
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-> [[StockPhrase You have the right to remain silent]]. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. You have the right to have an attorney present during questioning and at trial. If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be provided for you.

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-> [[StockPhrase You have the right to remain silent]]. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. You have the right to have an attorney present during questioning and at trial. If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be provided for you.
22nd Nov '17 7:51:24 PM eowynjedi
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* In one episode of ''Series/BrooklynNineNine,'' Jake attempts to Mirandize a suspect after being forced to let his SitcomArchNemesis escape again, but starts with "You have the right to remain Doug Judy."
11th Oct '17 1:58:50 PM JBK405
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* The plot of the 2012 ''Film/TwentyOneJumpStreet'' film is kicked off with a rookie cop failing to properly Mirandize a criminal because he only knew the first line from its use as a stock phrase. At the end, however, he and his partner are able to shout the rights in their entirety to the villain in unison.

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* The plot of the 2012 ''Film/TwentyOneJumpStreet'' film is kicked off with a rookie cop failing to properly Mirandize a criminal because criminal, with all charges dropped as a result (He he only knew the first line from its use as a stock phrase. phrase)[[note]]Failing to Mirandize in this instance would actually have had no effect on the charges, [[ArtisticLicenseLaw since they were arresting the bikers due to drug possession and were not questioning them at all]].[[/note]]. At the end, end of the film, however, he and his partner have studied it over and are able to shout the rights in their entirety to the villain in unison.
7th Oct '17 6:14:26 PM snichols1973
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** In "Homer at the Bat" the Springfield police arrest Steve Sax (long story) and when Sax asks for his lawyer, they laugh him off and tell him he watches too much TV.

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** In Discussed and parodied in "Homer at the Bat" when the Springfield police arrest Steve Sax (long story) and when Sax asks for his lawyer, they laugh him off and tell him he watches too much TV. TV.
-->'''Chief Wiggum''': Nice work, boys. I think we can close the book on just about every unsolved crime in our city.
-->'''Steve Sax''': Don't I at least get to call my lawyer?
-->'''Lou''': You watch too many movies, Sax!
2nd Jul '17 4:05:49 PM Oh_what_fun
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* Used by the [[spoiler: crazy EldritchAbomination-possessed]] cop in the Creator/StephenKing novel ''Literature/{{Desperation}}''. One of the first signs that something is very, very wrong is when he mixes "I am going to kill you" into the Miranda rights.



* ''Literature/{{Desperation}}'': Peter and Mary Jackson, a couple driving cross-country in Peter's sister's car, are pulled over by Collie Entragian on the pretext of their missing rear license plate, and arrested for possession of marijuana after Entragian finds a baggie (which actually belongs to Peter's sister) in the car trunk. One of the signs that something is very wrong is when he's Mirandizing them and includes an unexpected phrase:

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* ''Literature/{{Desperation}}'': Peter and Mary Jackson, a couple driving cross-country in Peter's sister's car, are pulled over by [[spoiler: crazy EldritchAbomination-possessed]] Collie Entragian on the pretext of their missing rear license plate, and arrested for possession of marijuana after Entragian finds a baggie (which actually belongs to Peter's sister) in the car trunk. One of the signs that something is very wrong is when he's Mirandizing them and includes an unexpected phrase:
17th Jun '17 9:02:35 AM nombretomado
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* Referenced and mocked in ''Film/RedHeat'', starring ArnoldSchwarzenegger. Arnold's Soviet cop has to have ''Miranda'' explained to him. Later on when he's harassed by a street hustler, he asks:

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* Referenced and mocked in ''Film/RedHeat'', starring ArnoldSchwarzenegger.Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger. Arnold's Soviet cop has to have ''Miranda'' explained to him. Later on when he's harassed by a street hustler, he asks:
8th Jun '17 11:59:01 AM bjex
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* In fiction, the Mirandizing officer is likely to stop when a jaded criminal mastermind mutters, "Yeah yeah, I know my rights..." In reality,
they ''can't'', because the law requires that an officer inform a suspect of their rights, whether they claim to know them or not.

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* In fiction, the Mirandizing officer is likely to stop when a jaded criminal mastermind mutters, "Yeah yeah, I know my rights..." In reality,
reality, they ''can't'', because the law requires that an officer inform a suspect of their rights, whether they claim to know them or not.
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