Warrants & driving with a suspended license in Arizona

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If you’re pulled over for a warrant for driving on a suspended license in Arizona, you may not be read your Miranda rights. Officers do not have to read you your Miranda rights. The way that officers treat people can lead to civil action against the officers if they use excessive force. If you are overly polite, but still protecting your constitutional rights, the officer will likely be polite in return. Anytime you have an active warrant in Arizona, you run the risk of being arrested and booked. It is much easier to hire an attorney to quash the warrant and handle the case, rather than be stuck in custody.

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