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6 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Talk to Police without an Attorney

The Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution prevents any person from being forced to be a witness against themselves in a criminal case. We've all heard it before, "You have the right to remain silent." It's a fact. However, you will need to provide your name. You do not have to answer questions as to where you came from, where you're going, what you're doing, where you live, or even whether...

Understanding your Miranda Rights

Anybody that has watched Legislation & Order, NCIS, or another criminal activity collection on tv has most likely listened to the famous words: " You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can as well as will be used against you in a law court. You have a right to a lawyer. If you can not manage a lawyer, one will certainly be assigned for you." This advice is better referred to as a...

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