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A person has the right to refuse to allow the police to search their person or belongings, but the police do not have to advise them of that fact

A person has the right to refuse to allow the police to search their person or belongings, but the police do not have to advise them of that fact. Why then do the police have to advise a suspect who is in custody that he has the right to refuse to answer questions? Is the right against self-incrimination a more important right than the right against unreasonable search and seizure?

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