Legal Question in Military Law in North Carolina

can i be charged false official statement if i was never read my rights

Asked on 9/29/10, 6:46 am

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Patrick Tracy Patrick J. Tracy, Esq, P.E.,
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The answer is yes in most cases. Being charged is one thing, taking information afterward or further interrogation is another thing. Contact an attorney in Michigan if you have concerns.

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Answered on 12/05/10, 10:17 am

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