Yes. The only time it is required that you be "read your rights" is when you are: a) a suspect or likely to be a suspect in the commission of a crime AND, b) you are about to be questioned by a police officer. Anyone can ask questions with out reading you your rights including teachers, counselors, clergy and store owners. The law requiring that you be read your rights is only when a police officer is asking the questions or is present when someone else is asking you the questions. No matter who is asking the questions, you are not required by law to answer. If you are a minor, a parent or guardian must be present with you before a police office can ask you any questions and even then, you are not required to answer.