Don’t Incriminate Yourself

(Last Updated On: October 20, 2018)

You Don’t Have to Incriminate Yourself Under U.S. law

This is also known as the right to remain silent.

Any time you talk after an arrest, the police can use the information you give them during an investigation, and the statements can be used by the prosecutor or evaluated by a judge during a trial.

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