When cops read someone their rights at the point of arresting them, do the rights apply to non-US citizens?
I’ve watched it on TV a zillion times but it only just occurred to me – when they arrest someone, do the rights e.g. to remain silent etc. etc. apply to non-citizens? I understand that the obligation to abide by the law applies to everyone whether they’re citizens or not, but is it the same with individuals’ rights?
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