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You have a constitutional right to remain silent. Should you make a statement ? (Please don’t!)
If you have been arrested or are under suspicion of committing a criminal offense, the police or a detective will, without delay, attempt to get you to make a statement that may (probably) incriminate you. Remember, they are experts trained in extracting information and do it every day!
You are supposed to be advised as follows:
"You have a right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. If you cannot find an attorney one will be appointed free of charge..."
You are approached by a policeman/detective in a uniform and questioned or are arrested and the same occurs. You are “scared” and in “fear”. Your life flashes before your eyes. You hear the words but the true meaning does not register in your brain. You think if you tell your story, you will be set free. Wrong! The undercurrent message is:
“Don’t talk or you will convict yourself”.
You may be telling the police the truth but they may write what they want or omit information that would have helped in your defense.
"YOUR CHOOSING TO INVOKE YOUR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT TO REMAIN SILENT CANNOT BE COMMENTED ON BY THE POLICE OR PROSECUTOR IN TRIAL OR BE USED AGAINST YOU"
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