Friday, June 28, 2013

Supreme Court Decision Shreds 5th Amendment Protection - Your Silence Can Now Be Used As Evidence of Guilt

Now, more than ever before, it is essential that you immediately invoke your 5th Amendment rights upon first contact with police or sheriff's deputies.

Under all circumstances, simply state:

"On the advice of my attorney I am exercising my 5th Amendment right to remain silent. Am I free to go now?"

(Keep repeating this verbatim, as needed.)

If they ask for identification, then politely hand them your driver's license, proof of insurance, and (if applicable) your CCW permit.

If they ask any other questions, just keep repeating the aforementioned phrase.

Saying anything more can only hurt you.

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