It doesn’t matter what charges you may face, you still have the right to remain silent. Whether police accuse you of shoplifting, driving drunk, drug trafficking or even murder, your rights under the U.S. Constitution are yours to exercise.

One of the most important rights that the founding fathers of the United States gave you is not to incriminate yourself. You do not need to answer anything but basic questions when police ask. They cannot force you to talk, but you do need to say a few words in order to avoid inadvertently waiving your right to remain silent.

Want to know more about your rights? Contact our criminal defense attorneys today for more information.

 

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