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Yet another foray into a citizen's right for protection against police abuse. The Supreme Court has surprisingly ruled that only a clear spoken statement that you are invoking your right to remain silent will in effect, protect you from further interrogation where you just may implicate yourself (something that just might be in the constitution—oh yeah, the Fifth Amendment.) Though if only saying it would make it so, well in this case, it should. EXCEPT that speaking may be construed as the waiving of the right to remain silent.
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