You Have the Right to Remain Innocent
What Police Officers Tell Their Children About the Fifth AmendmentBook - 2016
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The Miranda warning is literal. “Anything you say may be used against you,” means it CAN ONLY be used against you. If you say something to the police in your defense, it will not be allowed to be presented in court.
There are only two questions you should answer when asked by the police:
1. Who are you?
2. What are you doing right here, right now?
DO NOT invoke your right to remain silent (the 5th amendment). The weight of current legal opinion (via Supreme Court Rulings) is that silence equals guilt.
DO invoke your right to have an attorney present when being questioned (the 6th amendment) by saying these four unambiguous words: “I want a lawyer.”
Poorly written, repetitive and disorganized, this summary relates the invaluable essence of the books teaching.
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