Criminal Justice Attorney, Killeen, TX: How to Handle Police Question?
If you are taken into custody by the police, you don’t have to use any magic words to let police officers know that you want to remain silent. You can simply say nothing in response to police questions or you can stop the questioning by saying something like:
1. I want to talk to an attorney.
2. I won’t say anything until I talk to an attorney.
3. I don’t have anything to say.
4. I don’t want to talk to you anymore.
5. I claim my Miranda rights.
If the police continues to question you after you have asserted your right to remain silent, they have violated your Miranda.
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Criminal Justice Attorney, Killeen, TX: How To Handle Police Interrogation “I Don’t Answer Questions”
“The O’Fallon, MO police department noticed me video taping one of their police stops, so one of the officers came over to interrogate me. There’s not much th…”
June 13, 1966 –The US Supreme Court rules in Miranda v Arizona that the police must inform suspects of their rights before questioning them
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