I receive many calls from DUI defendants complaining that the police did not “read them their rights” during a DUI arrest. By this, most people mean the famous Miranda warning, named after the Defendant Mr. Miranda in a US Supreme Court case. Everyone knows the Miranda warnings, “You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say or do may be used against you….” . Do cops have to read you the Miranda warnings in a traffic stop? A recent Georgia case gives us the answer.