Tag Archives: right to remain silent

If you have been accused of a crime…

It could be anything from a misdemeanor to a felony – petty theft to homicide or anything in between.  Someone has accused you of a crime.  Whether or not the police were contacted at that time, the possibility of being charged with a crime exists.  What do you do? My suggestion to you is this:  […]

DUI and Miranda rights

As I wrote in another post, the Miranda rights are important Constitutional rights that must be given to you before any custodial police interrogation.  “Interrogation” is any direct questioning by officers about your involvement in suspected criminal activity.  Its whole purpose is to get incriminating statements from you. But in virtually every DUI arrest, the […]