Exercise Your Rights During a Police Interrogation

March 3, 2014

Any suspect arrested or taken into custody must be advised of his or her constitutional rights to remain silent and to have a criminal defense Attorney present. These are known as the Miranda rights. To learn more about your Miranda rights and how you can properly assert them to the police, here are some useful facts.



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