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Exercise Your Rights During a Police Interrogation

Posted by Attorney James Hairgrove | Sep 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld the notion that the police are required to tell an arrested suspect about his constitutional rights to remain silent and to talk to a criminal defense lawyer. To learn more about exercising your rights and what you should and should not say to the police, here is some information from a San Diego criminal defense lawyer.

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Attorney James Hairgrove

About My Role I am the Chief Executive at California Law Centers, APC., which incorporates the following legal services: Personal Injury, Family Law, Criminal Law, as well as traffic tickets. I have attended Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, graduating in 1994 in the top-third of my c...


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