Fifth Amendment Rights Violated When DA Points to Silence as Evidence of Guilt.

Anyone who has watched a police show or a movie involving law enforcement most likely has heard the admonition to a suspect, “You have the right to remain silent.  Anything you say can be used against you . . .”  The implication is that if someone says nothing, that cannot be used against someone.  Is this correct?  As the following case summary explaints, the answer is not always clear.  Click on the following link to read about remaining silent and the potential consequences


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