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The Presumption of Innocence and Why You Should Never Answer Questions From a Cop

This guide is solid advice for anyone under investigation or recently arrested. The Presumption of Innocence is one of the best constitutional rights you are given when you are accused of committing a crime. It is essential to never provide a statement if you are the accused.

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The Miranda rights are read to a person who is arrested. Many cops rush through these and instead of asking the person specifically if they are waiving their rights, they just start asking questions as if they are expecting answers. For a more detailed explanation of Miranda rights, visit

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