Professional Responsibility Blog
Professor Alberto Bernabe - The John Marshall Law School
Monday, August 13, 2012
Can Prosecutors Use a Defendant's Pre-Arrest Silence as Evidence of Guilt?
Can prosecutors use a defendant's pre-arrest silence as evidence of guilt? Circuit courts are split on this issue as explained in
in the blog Circuit Splits.
Professor Alberto Bernabe
Criminal justice system
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