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You have the right to remain innocent : what police officers tell their children about the Fifth Amendment / James Duane.

Duane, James J., (author.).
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  • 3 of 3 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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North Madison Co PL - Elwood PL 345.73 DUA (Text) 30419101512866 Adult Non-Fiction Available -
Starke Co PL - Schricker Main Library (Knox) 345.73 DUA (Text) 30032010684824 ADULT NON-FICTION Available -
Syracuse Turkey Creek Twp PL - Syracuse 345.773 DUA (Text) 50577011053655 Adult Non-Fiction Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781503933392
  • ISBN: 1503933393
  • Physical Description: 137 pages ; 18 cm
  • Publisher: New York : Little A, [2016]

Content descriptions

Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references (pages [121]-137).
Formatted Contents Note:
Don't talk to police : except in the present tense & in the fewest words possible -- Don't plead the Fifth : because the Supreme Court has limited its protection -- Plead the Sixth : your constitutional right to legal representation.
Summary, etc.:
"Using actual case histories of innocent men and women exonerated after decades in prison because of information they voluntarily gave to police, Professor Duane demonstrates the critical importance of a constitutional right not well or widely understood by the average American. Reflecting the most recent attitudes of the Supreme Court, Professor Duane argues that it is now even easier for police to use your own words against you. This lively and informative guide explains what everyone needs to know to protect themselves and those they love." -- Back cover.
Subject: United States. Constitution. 5th Amendment.
United States. Constitution. 6th Amendment.
United States. Supreme Court.
Self-incrimination > United States.
Right to counsel > United States.
Police questioning > United States.
Civil rights > United States.

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