In Miranda case, Supreme Court rules on the limits of silence

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    In Miranda case, Supreme Court rules on the limits of silence

    In Miranda case, Supreme Court rules on the limits of silence - latimes.com

    "Popular misconceptions notwithstanding," the Constitution "does not establish an unqualified 'right to remain silent,'" said Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr.
    Here's a biggie..... If your NOT taken into custody, you silence will be held against you.
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    Seems that all they are saying in this one is that in certain cases you must invoke your rights...meaning you must say, "I will practice my right to remain silent". Seems counterintuitive, but that's the wacky way of our legal system.
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