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Nearly 70 years ago, Supreme Court Justice Robert Jackson wrote in Watts v. Indiana: “[A]ny lawyer worth his salt will tell the suspect in no uncertain terms to make no statement to police under any circumstances. “I  have shared Justice Jackson’s wisdom over the course of my legal career with anyone who would listen. As a Criminal Defense Attorney, I consider Justice Jackson’s statement to be the single most important advice given.  Now, after the United States Supreme Court’s recent decision in Salinas v. Texas, this once-trustworthy advice could be equivalent to malpractice. Protecting your rights is no longer as simple as just shutting up.

Let me explain why……..

To read this chapter in full, and any other articles in the Gun Sense series, it is available as an Ebook and a Paperback at Amazon under:
Gun Sense Massachusetts Gun Law Information and Common Sense Firearm Safety By Mark R. Shean Sr.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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