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Speak Up To Invoke Your Right To Remain Silent

When a suspect has been taken into custody, they are read the Miranda Warnings, which state the suspect has the right to remain silent. However, this usually won't stop officers from posing simple questions they want the suspect to answer. No matter the questions, suspects should remain silent until they can consult with an St. Augustine criminal attorney. 

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