Watching television, particularly shows that involve police officers, gives you the idea that the authorities have to read you your rights when they arrest you. In 2010, the U.S. Supreme Court made several ruling that modified the Miranda rights.
We all know what the rights are and can probably quote them word for word. There are two statements that the television leaves out. If you invoke your right to be silent, the questioning by the police must stop. Also, if you choose to have an attorney present, the questioning by the authorities must stop.