Florida Criminal Defense Attorney Right To Remain Silent

Florida Criminal Defense Attorney Right To Remain Silent - Florida Appeals Court ruled it was error to deny motion to suppress custodial statements where defendant said, at least three times during custodial questioning, “I have nothing to say.” Court ruled it was improper for officers to continue to questioning him until he confessed. The quoted statements were sufficient to invoke right to remain silent

Source: Fla. L. Weekly D1429c

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