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AORArea Of Responsibility
AORAlbum Oriented Rock (music)
AORAdult Oriented Rock
AORAssignment of Rents
AORArea of Responsibility (military geographic region)
AORAdventures of Riley (book series)
AORAssessment of Risk
AORApex Online Racing
AORAngel of Retribution (band)
AORArea of Operational Responsibility
AORAdjusted Odds Ratio
AORAssumption of Risk (legal defense)
AORAorist (Greek case/case aspect)
AORAdvanced Orthomolecular Research (Calgary, AB, Canada)
AORAcknowledgement of Receipt
AORAssociation of Realtors
AORAgency Of Record
AORAuthorized Organizational Representative
AORAudio Output Right
AORAcceptable Operating Range
AORAccessible Outdoor Recreation (Washington)
AORAddress of Record (SIP telephony)
AORAvailable on Request
AORReplenishment Oiler (Tanker)
AORAtlantic Ocean Region (INMARSAT)
AORArt of Regeneration (UK)
AORArab on Radar (band)
AORAnnals of Operations Research
AORAnthems of Rebellion (Arch Enemy album)
AORAverage Occupancy Rate (hotels)
AORAuthority On Radio
AORAngle of Repose (engineering)
AORArchitect of Record
AORApplication Owning Region
AORAxis of Rotation
AORAge-adjusted Odds Ratio
AORAssumption of Responsibility
AORAverage Order Revenue
AORAll Over the Road (Undefined radio program format)
AORApp-O-Rama (credit card juggling)
AORAstronomical Observation Request (various organizations)
AORAdditional Oil Recovery
AORAvailable on Radio
AORAlor Setar, Malaysia - Sultan Abdul Halim (Airport Code)
AORAuxiliary Oil Replenishment (Canadian Forces tanker)
AORApplied Ocean Research
AORArithmetic Operator Replacement
AORAccumulated Operating Results
AORAcceptance Of Risk
AORApplicative Order Reduction (lambda calculus reduction strategy)
AORAdvice of Rights
AORArea of Rescue (Assistance; area for emergency personnel find people of limited mobility in a building)
AORActual Oxygen Required (wastewater treatment)
AORAnnual Operating Requirements
AORAdd-on Rate
AORAbnormal Occurrence Report
AORAtlantic Operating Region
AORAir Observation Report
AORAllowance Override
AORAdvance List of Oversea-Returnees for Reassignment
AORArctic Ocean Radiative Fluxes
AORAcquisition Officer Representative
AORAlpha-Omega Resources
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In terms of dealing with incarcerated prisoners, it is unclear if law enforcement is required to provide a prisoner his advice of rights prior to any attempted interrogation.
(54) Moreover, law enforcement must assess whether the individual is in custody for Miranda purposes under the new circumstances to determine if advice of rights are necessary.
Additionally, the Court referred to other training programs that encouraged the practice of questioning outside of Miranda first to secure an admission prior to proceeding with the advice of rights. Id.
These procedural rules are, of course, the well-known Miranda advice of rights and the government's obligation to obtain a knowing, intelligent, and voluntary waiver of those rights from the subject prior to engaging in an interview.
In what likely will be one of the most significant early Supreme Court decisions of the new century, a federal statute will be measured against one of the most well-recognized legal principles, the Miranda advice of rights. The reality is that since any alternative to the Miranda warnings must satisfy strict principles of voluntariness, even if the Supreme Court upholds [ss] 3501, exchanges between law enforcement and arrested subjects should remain similar to what has existed for the past three decades.
The planned interrogation strategy called for a full advice of rights prior to interrogation, but in the event of a Miranda invocation, interrogation would continue until a confession was obtained.
2) When a suspect makes an ambiguous request for counsel following an advice of rights, interrogators should attempt to resolve the ambiguity by asking clarifying questions
3) Attempts by suspects to invoke the Miranda right to counsel prior to an advice of rights should not preclude officers from proceeding with an advice of rights and attempting to obtain a waiver