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For instance, if someone is getting arrested and their sister says not to question him until she gets him a lawyer, but he eventually chooses to waive his rights anyway and tell the police everything, would his testimony be admissible in court
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no. you have to invoke your own rights.
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Only the accused may waive or invoke his rights.
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