Being arrested

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When you are arrested in Tennessee, does the arresting officer have to read you your rights? If so, what happens with the charges? Thank you so much for making time answer questions for the public!
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Answered on Feb 20th, 2017 at 12:47 AM

No the arresting officer does not have to read you your rights.

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