Can a Suspect’s Silence After a Car Accident Be Used Against Someone As a Sign of Guilt?

Most everyone who has watched movies or television involving police interviews of suspects is familiar with the concept that a suspect has the right to remain silent.  What if the silence is not only to police questions, but to a natural inquiry as to how another party is after the crash – i.e. were they injured?  Will they be O.K.?  Did anyone die?  Certainly, it would seem odd not to ask such questions, but if one does not, can that be used against someone?   Click on the following link to find out.


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