Exercise Your Right to Remain Silent

The National Trial Lawyers

Pursuant to the 5th Amendment to the United States Constitution you have the right to remain silent. If you are being questioned by a police officer about a crime or have been arrested, you must exercise your right to remain silent. You should be respectful and polite to the police at all times, but you must respectfully refuse to speak with them, or answer questions, in exercise of your rights pursuant to the 5th Amendment to the United States Constitution.

Know your rights. At the Law Office of Michael Patrick Murray, P.C., we provide aggressive criminal defense for people accused of or being investigated for a crime. I have effectively defended the rights of clients throughout Massachusetts for 20 years. If the police, or anyone else, is/are attempting to question you concerning the commission of a crime respectfully refuse to answer any questions and

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