Miranda Rights (adjective) – By definition your Miranda Rights is the right to remain silent during questioning. If you are arrested an officer cannot force you to speak if you do not wish to do so without your attorney present or it could be classified as a coerced confession and that is against the law.

  • By remaining silent during his arrest, the man invoked his Miranda Rights by not speaking to any of the arresting officers.

Also see Coerced Confession, and Fifth Amendment Rights