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ANNAPOLIS Marylands top court will consider whether prosecutors violated the constitutional rights of a subsequently convicted first-degree murderer by questioning him at trial about what he did not tell police after invoking his right to remain silent.
After his arrest, the 29-year-old native of Uzbekistan waived his right to remain silent and told investigators he had become radicalized by watching ISIS videos on his phone and was inspired by IS leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi's call for revenge on the United States, the federal complaint says.
The main illustration of this concept is the well-known right to remain silent (sometimes called the protection against self-incrimination).
The mayors of three small towns -- Mollerussa, Oliana and Pont de Suert -- exercised their right to remain silent during their hearings, said a spokesman for Catalonia's Municipal Association for Independence (AMI).
The first three mayors to declare exercised their right to remain silent, the Association of Municipalities for Independence (AMI) said.
Anderson also argued that Hise was unable to consent to waive her right to remain silent before speaking to Virginia Detective Jeff Grimm.
Attorney Angela Jegley, ultimately joined Rickenbach in asking for the trial to be delayed and agreeing that he still has his right to remain silent.
Arizona (1966), established some of the most important rights for criminal suspects in the United States, including that police must inform them of their right to remain silent and their right to an attorney (see "The Miranda Warnings," facing page).
An official with the prosecutor general's office said on January 5 that the country's newly adopted Criminal-Procedural Code requires law enforcement officers to warn suspects being taken into custody that they are entitled to legal counsel, that they have the right to remain silent, and that anything they say can be used against them in court.
LOS ANGELES -- B ill Cosby has the right to remain silent -- and that may be his best strategy.
There is a profound irony to the plurality's approach: exercising the right to remain silent by being silent is not sufficient to invoke that right.
It was not long afterward that the Supreme Court reached the Miranda decision aimed at preventing such miscarriages of justice, guaranteeing the right to remain silent and to have an attorney present during questioning while in custody.