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Your Right to Silence

In general you have the right to silence, however, if the arrest concerns a motor vehicle or you have witnessed a serious crime you are required to give your name, address and particulars of the incident to the police.

Remember, when in doubt do not say or sign anything until you have spoken to Tony Danos Lawyers.

Always remember the caution "anything you say or do can and will be used in evidence against you". The police will always try to have you give your version of events and to get you to make a statement.


Even if you are innocent, the statement you make is almost always used against you, even when you have done nothing wrong!


If you have any legal questions regarding your rights or need legal advice
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