What You Need to Know About Invoking Your Right to Remain Silent

Posted on : November 26, 2017
your right to remain silent could help you avoid criminal conviction
If you are ever arrested or accused of a crime, you may be curious about whether or not you need to say something specifically to invoke your privilege against self-incrimination. The police must advise you of your rights or give you your Miranda warning when they interrogate a person who is in custody. Interrogation refers [Read More]
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Police Officers Can Be Arrested, Too

Posted on : November 12, 2017
know the penalties of a crime
Anyone can be arrested for misdemeanor and felony charges, but the stakes might be higher if your employment makes you a member of the public eye. In addition to criminal consequences, someone who is accused and convicted of a crime while holding a position of authority or trust may be facing administrative consequences, too. For [Read More]
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