If you are arrested or are in custody and being interrogated, you have a number of rights that have been provided to U.S. citizens by the U.S. Supreme Court in Miranda v. Arizona. Most people are aware that this includes the right not to incriminate themselves – or, in other words, the right to remain silent.
However, many people who are being interrogated by the police may find it hard to assert those rights. But it is important that you do protect your right to remain silent and ask to speak with a San Diego criminal defense attorney.
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