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It depends on the type of evidence you want to suppress, since Miranda suppresses statements only. If you are not told that what you say can and will be used against you, then what you say can’t be used against you. Now, there’s a doctrine called fruit of the poisonous tree, which would suppress any tangible evidence that was obtained because of the violation of Miranda, so whether the case can be dismissed depends on a lot of things. I’ve seen people’s Miranda rights violated and the case wasn’t dismissed; it largely depends on what type of evidence was obtained from the violation of your rights.