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You have the right to remain baffled: police cautions not always clear

added by Rhode Island Lawyer in Workers' Compensation Lawyer @ Jul 16, 2011 00:22

You have the right to remain baffled: police cautions not always clear. When police arrest someone, they typically inform that person on the spot of their right to remain silent and to contact a lawyer. Simple enough, right? Not so, according to a Canadian researcher, who says studies have shown that people often struggle to comprehend fully so-called police "cautions."

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