Your right to remain silent

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Your right to remain silent

Postby Van Canna » Sat Jun 22, 2013 4:39 am

http://www.policeone.com/legal/articles ... id=6285694

In the Texas case, Salinas was asked to come to the police station, and he agreed to do so. "All agree that the interview was noncustodial," Alito said, so the police were not required to read him his rights under the Miranda decision.

And although Salinas had a qualified right to remain silent under the 5th Amendment, a suspect must invoke his rights and say he wants to remain silent, the court ruled Monday.
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