Professor Timothy O’Neill: Supreme Court makes using the right to remain silent seem unwise

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin (column) – Jan. 15, 2014

It’s a long-time belief that anyone being questioned has the right to remain silent, by Professor Timothy P. O’Neill of The John Marshall Law School points to recent Supreme Court decisions that can force one to question the “right to remain silent” protection.

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