Criminal Justice - Policing

Miranda rights apply:

A. Whenever the police begin to question a person.

B. When police conduct a full-blown interrogation even if the person subjected to such interrogation is not in police custody.

C. When a person is taken into custody but not subjected to interrogation.

D. When a person is subjected to questions is in police custody.

I think it's C., but my textbook is very confusing.

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  1. A.

    http://www.mirandarights.org/prearrestquestioning.html

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