Fifth Amendment SCOTUS: Sometimes Right to Remain Silent

Discussion in 'Bill of Rights' started by Silversnake, Jun 28, 2013.

  1. Silversnake

    Silversnake Silverback

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  2. BTPost

    BTPost Stumpy Old Fart,Deadman Walking, Snow Monkey Moderator

    This just means, YOU must be proactive in asserting your Rights, "Right off the Bat", and say absolutely NOTHING to a LEO, who asks you ANY Question, PERIOD. SCOTUS Rulings state that Law Enforcement can NOT infer ANYTHING, from your refusal to speak with them. If it is a FED it is even MORE Imperative, that you say ABSOLUTELY NOTHING, to them. If they catch you in even the smallest False Statement of ANY KIND, you have committed a Federal Crime, so do NOT say ANYTHING, Period. The only exception is "Speak to my Attorney!"
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