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Supreme Court Case: Does a Suspect’s Silence Prove Guilt?

Posted on by Barry Donegan

The 5th Amendment has long guaranteed the right of a criminal suspect to remain silent. As a legal principle, it has its roots in the Magna Carta, when Bad King John visited unimaginable atrocities upon his subjects. Policies that allow … Continue reading

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