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Remain Silent
Title Remain Silent
Author
Publisher Random House
Release DateJune 2, 2020
Category Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
Total Pages 307 pages
ISBN B07XND4PHS
Book Rating 4.2 out of 5 from 492 reviews
Language EN, ES, BE, DA ,DE , NL and FR
Book Review & Summary:

An immigrant’s mysterious death sets off a chilling hunt for the truth in this gripping crime novel from the author of Missing, Presumed, featuring a “delightful protagonist who deserves a place alongside other beloved literary detectives” (Kirkus Reviews, starred review). Newly married and navigating life with a preschooler as well as her adopted adolescent son, Manon Bradshaw is happy to be working part-time in the cold cases department of the Cambridgeshire police force, a job that allows her to potter in, coffee in hand, and log on for a spot of Internet shopping—precisely what she had in mind when she thought of work-life balance. But beneath the surface Manon is struggling with the day-to-day realities of what she’d assumed would be domestic bliss: fights about whose turn it is to clean the kitchen, the bewildering fatigue of having a young child while in her forties, and the fact that she is going to couples counseling alone because her husband feels it would just be her complaining. But when Manon is on a walk with her four-year-old son in a peaceful suburban neighborhood and discovers the body of a Lithuanian immigrant hanging from a tree with a mysterious note attached, she knows her life is about to change. Suddenly, she is back on the job full-force, trying to solve the suicide—or is it a murder—in what may be the most dangerous and demanding case of her life.

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Remain Silent by Susie Steiner

Title Remain Silent
Author Susie Steiner
Publisher HarperCollins
Release Date 2020-06-02
Category Fiction
Total Pages 368
ISBN 9781443455336
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The body of a young migrant is found hanging from a tree. There are no signs of struggle. No indication that it is anything other than a tragic suicide. Except for a note, pinned to the man’s trousers, that reads “The dead cannot speak.” A murder investigation begins with DI Manon Bradshaw at the helm. But with the other migrants unwilling to talk to her, and protests taking place on the streets, hatred is starting to drown out the facts. Can Manon uncover the truth before there's another victim?

Remain Silent by Susie Steiner

Title Remain Silent
Author Susie Steiner
Publisher Random House
Release Date 2020-06-02
Category Fiction
Total Pages 320
ISBN 9780525509981
Language English, Spanish, and French
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An immigrant’s mysterious death sets off a chilling hunt for the truth in this gripping crime novel from the author of Missing, Presumed, featuring a “delightful protagonist who deserves a place alongside other beloved literary detectives” (Kirkus Reviews, starred review). Newly married and navigating life with a preschooler as well as her adopted adolescent son, Manon Bradshaw is happy to be working part-time in the cold cases department of the Cambridgeshire police force, a job that allows her to potter in, coffee in hand, and log on for a spot of Internet shopping—precisely what she had in mind when she thought of work-life balance. But beneath the surface Manon is struggling with the day-to-day realities of what she’d assumed would be domestic bliss: fights about whose turn it is to clean the kitchen, the bewildering fatigue of having a young child while in her forties, and the fact that she is going to couples counseling alone because her husband feels it would just be her complaining. But when Manon is on a walk with her four-year-old son in a peaceful suburban neighborhood and discovers the body of a Lithuanian immigrant hanging from a tree with a mysterious note attached, she knows her life is about to change. Suddenly, she is back on the job full-force, trying to solve the suicide—or is it a murder—in what may be the most dangerous and demanding case of her life.

The Right To Remain Silent by Charles Brandt

Title The Right to Remain Silent
Author Charles Brandt
Publisher Steerforth
Release Date 2020-03-17
Category Fiction
Total Pages 304
ISBN 9781586422646
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Page-turning detective fiction from the author of I HEARD YOU PAINT HOUSES / THE IRISHMAN who was himself a homicide investigator and prosecutor. Wisecracking cop Lou Razzi’s zeal, dedication and talent for extracting information from suspects make him destined to rise quickly through the ranks . . . until a frame-up sends him to jail for two years. He loses his career, his marriage, and his baby daughter, and following his release from prison, he leaves the country for a sort of self-imposed exile in Brazil. Fifteen years later, an exonerated, more hardened Razzi comes back to serve a single day on the force and claim his pension. But that one day becomes a continuing education when Razzi is drawn onto a conspiracy and finds his old police tools fruitless in the wake of the Miranda decision. Forced to learn, like a rookie, from his mistakes, he starts to find his way with the help of assistant district attorney Honey Gold. . . and is able to combat the powers that framed him then and thrive now in the new era of police procedure. When The Right to Remain Silent was first published, then-President Ronald Reagan wrote Brandt an unsolicited fan letter: “I commend your novel…for your forthright stand on improving protection of law-abiding citizens.” "The Right to Remain Silent is a novel written and to be read for entertainment, but it also encourages study of the art of interrogation and contains the line that 'confession is one of the necessities of life, like food and shelter.'" -- Charles Brandt from the Preface

Remain Silent by Jamie Denton

Title Remain Silent
Author Jamie Denton
Publisher Kensington Books
Release Date 2007-11-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 336
ISBN 9780758283238
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When You Know Too Much Laurel Jennings may be an expert at art restoration, but she's a novice at the justice system. When her business partner Jonathan Linton is found dead and she's charged with the brutal murder, she needs help--fast. But with the powerful Linton family wielding their vengeful influence, the only lawyer willing to represent her is her former lover. Sometimes Keeping A Secret Damon walked away from the L.A. County DA's office when his star witness in an infamous drug lord's trial was gunned down on her way to protective custody. Protecting Laurel is Damon's first priority--even if she has made it clear he's the last man she wants representing her. Is The Only Way To Save Your Life A chance discovery throws Damon and Laurel into a conspiracy that could rock the art world to its very foundations – with deadly consequences. With only each other to turn to, Laurel and Damon find the passion that once burned between them is a dangerous risk when betrayal lies at the heart of Jonathan's murder--and the body count keeps rising. To protect the future, and keep the past buried, Laurel and Damon will have to stay together, keep calm, and remain silent. . .

Title I Had the Right to Remain Silent But I Didn t Have the Ability
Author Ron White
Publisher Penguin
Release Date 2007-05-01
Category Humor
Total Pages 320
ISBN 1101043121
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From Ron White, the man known by fans (and law enforcement officials) as “Tater Salad,” comes a collection of his greatest hits and bits from his onstage shows, as well as some fo the more “interesting” stories from his life before comedy, while on the road, in the spotlight and out of his mind. After years working as a journeyman comic, struggling from one gig to the next, Ron White struck gold the Blue Collar Comedy phenomenon, including three feature-length concert films, television appearances, and his blockbuster comedy albums and DVDs Drunk in Public, They Call Me “Tater Salad,” and You Can’t Fix Stupid. Here, Ron brings his unique brand of humor to the page, accompanied by hilarious illustrations by acclaimed cartoonist Matthew Shultz. For both hard-core “Tater” fans and first timers, this is Ron White at his very best.

Title You Have the Right to Remain Silent
Author Barbara Paul
Publisher Open Road Media
Release Date 2016-03-15
Category Fiction
Total Pages 258
ISBN 9781504032506
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A grisly quadruple slaying drags Marian Larch into a shadowy government cover-up Marian Larch is tired of murder. This NYPD veteran has seen the worst the city has to offer, and she’s not sure she can stand another day. Temporarily assigned to the chaotic Ninth Precinct, Larch is saddled with a callous lieutenant and a partner who can’t stand working with a woman. Just coming to work every day is becoming a trial—but it’s about to get a whole lot worse. In the concrete jungle of Alphabet City, East River Park is a rare strip of green. When four well-dressed men are found there, handcuffed together and shot through their eyes, it’s up to Larch to find their killer. They were employees of a top-flight tech firm with ties to the US government, and their deaths were meant as a warning. But who was the warning intended for? Answering that question will show Larch that as rotten as the Big Apple can be, it has nothing on Washington. You Have the Right to Remain Silent is the 4th book in the Marian Larch Mysteries, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.

Title Is There a Right to Remain Silent
Author Alan M. Dershowitz
Publisher Oxford University Press
Release Date 2008-05-06
Category Law
Total Pages 212
ISBN 9780195307795
Language English, Spanish, and French
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An outspoken legal scholar and author of America on Trial reveals why Fifth Amendment rights matter and how they are being reshaped, limited, and in some cases revoked in the wake of 9/11, in this absorbing look at one of the most essential constitutional rights.

Title The Oxford Handbook of Language and Law
Author Lawrence Solan
Publisher Oxford University Press
Release Date 2012-03-08
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 642
ISBN 0199572127
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This book provides a state-of-the-art account of past and current research in the interface between linguistics and law. It outlines the range of legal areas in which linguistics plays an increasing role and describes the tools and approaches used by linguists and lawyers in this vibrant new field. Through a combination of overview chapters, case studies, and theoretical descriptions, the volume addresses areas such as the history and structure of legal languages, its meaning and interpretation, multilingualism and language rights, courtroom discourse, forensic identification, intellectual property and linguistics, and legal translation and interpretation. Encyclopedic in scope, the handbook includes chapters written by experts from every continent who are familiar with linguistic issues that arise in diverse legal systems, including both civil and common law jurisdictions, mixed systems like that of China, and the emerging law of the European Union.

Title We Cannot Remain Silent
Author James Green
Publisher Duke University Press
Release Date 2010-06-11
Category History
Total Pages 468
ISBN 9780822391784
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In 1964, Brazil’s democratically elected, left-wing government was ousted in a coup and replaced by a military junta. The Johnson administration quickly recognized the new government. The U.S. press and members of Congress were nearly unanimous in their support of the “revolution” and the coup leaders’ anticommunist agenda. Few Americans were aware of the human rights abuses perpetrated by Brazil’s new regime. By 1969, a small group of academics, clergy, Brazilian exiles, and political activists had begun to educate the American public about the violent repression in Brazil and mobilize opposition to the dictatorship. By 1974, most informed political activists in the United States associated the Brazilian government with its torture chambers. In We Cannot Remain Silent, James N. Green analyzes the U.S. grassroots activities against torture in Brazil, and the ways those efforts helped to create a new discourse about human-rights violations in Latin America. He explains how the campaign against Brazil’s dictatorship laid the groundwork for subsequent U.S. movements against human rights abuses in Chile, Uruguay, Argentina, and Central America. Green interviewed many of the activists who educated journalists, government officials, and the public about the abuses taking place under the Brazilian dictatorship. Drawing on those interviews and archival research from Brazil and the United States, he describes the creation of a network of activists with international connections, the documentation of systematic torture and repression, and the cultivation of Congressional allies and the press. Those efforts helped to expose the terror of the dictatorship and undermine U.S. support for the regime. Against the background of the political and social changes of the 1960s and 1970s, Green tells the story of a decentralized, international grassroots movement that effectively challenged U.S. foreign policy.

Title You Have the Right to Remain Silent
Author Rick Lewis
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2002
Category Religion
Total Pages 162
ISBN 1890772232
Language English, Spanish, and French
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With sparkling clarity and humour, Rick Lewis explains exactly what meditation can offer to those who are ready to establish an island of sanity in the midst of an active life. This book offers a comprehensive look at everything a beginner would need to start a meditation practice, including how to befriend an overactive mind and how to bring the fruits of meditation into all aspects of daily life. Experienced mediators will also find refreshing perspectives to both nourish and refine their practice. Lewis's twenty-five years of disciplined sitting practice allow him to clarify common myths and confusions about meditation and its applications to life. His use of both inspiring insights and practical examples, together with anecdotes from the lives of masters and students of many traditions, make this book immediately accessible for mediators of all levels.

Miranda by Gary L. Stuart

Title Miranda
Author Gary L. Stuart
Publisher University of Arizona Press
Release Date 2013-11-01
Category History
Total Pages 212
ISBN 9780816599028
Language English, Spanish, and French
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One of the most significant Supreme Court cases in U.S. history has its roots in Arizona and is closely tied to the state’s leading legal figures. Miranda has become a household word; now Gary Stuart tells the inside story of this famous case, and with it the legal history of the accused’s right to counsel and silence. Ernesto Miranda was an uneducated Hispanic man arrested in 1963 in connection with a series of sexual assaults, to which he confessed within hours. He was convicted not on the strength of eyewitness testimony or physical evidence but almost entirely because he had incriminated himself without knowing it—and without knowing that he didn’t have to. Miranda’s lawyers, John P. Frank and John F. Flynn, were among the most prominent in the state, and their work soon focused the entire country on the issue of their client’s rights. A 1966 Supreme Court decision held that Miranda’s rights had been violated and resulted in the now-famous "Miranda warnings." Stuart personally knows many of the figures involved in Miranda, and here he unravels its complex history, revealing how the defense attorneys created the argument brought before the Court and analyzing the competing societal interests involved in the case. He considers Miranda's aftermath—not only the test cases and ongoing political and legal debate but also what happened to Ernesto Miranda. He then updates the story to the Supreme Court’s 2000 Dickerson decision upholding Miranda and considers its implications for cases in the wake of 9/11 and the rights of suspected terrorists. Interviews with 24 individuals directly concerned with the decision—lawyers, judges, and police officers, as well as suspects, scholars, and ordinary citizens—offer observations on the case’s impact on law enforcement and on the rights of the accused. Ten years after the decision in the case that bears his name, Ernesto Miranda was murdered in a knife fight at a Phoenix bar, and his suspected killer was "Mirandized" before confessing to the crime. Miranda: The Story of America’s Right to Remain Silent considers the legacy of that case and its fate in the twenty-first century as we face new challenges in the criminal justice system.

Title For Love of My People I Will Not Remain Silent
Author Joseph Cardinal Zen
Publisher Ignatius Press
Release Date 2019
Category Religion
Total Pages 153
ISBN 9781621643142
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The relationship of China with the greatest secular world power--the United States of America--and the most universal global spiritual power--the Catholic Church--is in a state of flux. President Trump and Pope Francis are major protagonists in this dramatic period. Although what is happening in China has an impact worldwide, it is hard for the non-specialist to grasp what is underway and its significance for the future. There are two Catholic communities in China: the "underground", or unofficial, Church and the official, government-controlled Patriotic Church. Cardinal Joseph Zen is one of the most knowledgeable and credible witnesses to what is happening in China, especially on the relationship between these two communities. He is a courageous defender of the underground Church yet has intimate knowledge of the official Church, in part because he taught in several of its seminaries. It has been recognized--and Pope Francis himself has confirmed--that the historic 2007 letter of Pope Benedict XVI to Catholics in China remains the magna carta of the Church in that country. On the tenth anniversary of this letter, Cardinal Zen gave a series of eight lectures on its origin, drafting process, and final content, and these enlightening talks are presented in this book. In these lectures, Cardinal Zen explains in detail what he considers is now threatening the fundamental principles of the letter--and therefore 'his people'. As the title indicates, for the love of his people, he will not remain silent.

Remains Silent by Michael M. Baden

Title Remains Silent
Author Michael M. Baden
Publisher Vintage Crime/Black Lizard
Release Date 2006-09
Category Fiction
Total Pages 279
ISBN 9781400095612
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When a body is discovered near a construction site in upstate New York, attorney Philomena "Manny" Manfreda and medical examiner Jake Rosen join forces in an investigation that takes them to the highest levels of American government.

Title Those about Him Remained Silent
Author Amy Bass
Publisher U of Minnesota Press
Release Date 2009
Category History
Total Pages 198
ISBN 9780816644957
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Amy Bass tells the compelling story of how her home region ignored its most famous son--W.E.B. Du Bois--for decades because of politics and race. A startling and important tale of social denial, of erased historical memory, and a hidden past now coming to light.

Title No Right to Remain Silent
Author Lucinda Roy
Publisher Crown
Release Date 2009-03-31
Category True Crime
Total Pages 336
ISBN 9780307451705
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The world watched in horror in April 2007 when Virginia Tech student Seung-Hui Cho went on a killing rampage that resulted in the deaths of thirty-two students and faculty members before he ended his own life. Former Virginia Tech English department chair and distinguished professor Lucinda Roy saw the tragedy unfold on the TV screen in her home and had a terrible realization. Cho was the student she had struggled to get to know–the loner who found speech torturous. After he had been formally asked to leave a poetry class in which he had shared incendiary work that seemed directed at his classmates and teacher, Roy began the difficult task of working one-on-one with him in a poetry tutorial. During those months, a year and a half before the massacre, Roy came to realize that Cho was more than just a disgruntled young adult experimenting with poetic license; he was, in her opinion, seriously depressed and in urgent need of intervention. But when Roy approached campus counseling as well as others in the university about Cho, she was repeatedly told that they could not intervene unless a student sought counseling voluntarily. Eventually, Roy’s efforts to persuade Cho to seek help worked. Unbelievably, on the three occasions he contacted the counseling center staff, he did not receive a comprehensive evaluation by them–a startling discovery Roy learned about after Cho’s death. More revelations were to follow. After responding to questions from the media and handing over information to law enforcement as instructed by Virginia Tech, Roy was shunned by the administration. Papers documenting Cho’s interactions with campus counseling were lost. The university was suddenly on the defensive. Was the university, in fact, partially responsible for the tragedy because of the bureaucratic red tape involved in obtaining assistance for students with mental illness, or was it just, like many colleges, woefully underfunded and therefore underequipped to respond to such cases? Who was Seung-Hui Cho? Was he fully protected under the constitutional right to freedom of speech, or did his writing and behavior present serious potential threats that should have resulted in immediate intervention? How can we balance students’ individual freedom with the need to protect the community? These are the questions that have haunted Roy since that terrible day. No Right to Remain Silent is one teacher’s cri de coeur–her dire warning that given the same situation today, two years later, the ending would be no less terrifying and no less tragic. From the Hardcover edition.

Title You Have the Right to Remain Innocent
Author James Duane
Publisher Little a
Release Date 2016-09-20
Category Political Science
Total Pages 186
ISBN 1503933393
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Law professor James J. Duane became a viral sensation thanks to a 2008 lecture outlining the reasons why you should never agree to answer questions from the police--especially if you are innocent and wish to stay out of trouble with the law. In this timely, relevant, and pragmatic new book, he expands on that presentation, offering a vigorous defense of every citizen's constitutionally protected right to avoid self-incrimination. Getting a lawyer is not only the best policy, Professor Duane argues, it's also the advice law-enforcement professionals give their own kids. Using actual case histories of innocent men and women exonerated after decades in prison because of information they voluntarily gave to police, Professor Duane demonstrates the critical importance of a constitutional right not well or widely understood by the average American. Reflecting the most recent attitudes of the Supreme Court, Professor Duane argues that it is now even easier for police to use your own words against you. This lively and informative guide explains what everyone needs to know to protect themselves and those they love.

United States Code by United States

Title United States Code
Author United States
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1989-01-03
Category Law
Total Pages 186
ISBN NYPL:33433077890998
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Remain Silent by Jamie Denton

Title Remain Silent
Author Jamie Denton
Publisher Kensington Books
Release Date 2007-11-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 336
ISBN 9780758283238
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When You Know Too Much Laurel Jennings may be an expert at art restoration, but she's a novice at the justice system. When her business partner Jonathan Linton is found dead and she's charged with the brutal murder, she needs help--fast. But with the powerful Linton family wielding their vengeful influence, the only lawyer willing to represent her is her former lover. Sometimes Keeping A Secret Damon walked away from the L.A. County DA's office when his star witness in an infamous drug lord's trial was gunned down on her way to protective custody. Protecting Laurel is Damon's first priority--even if she has made it clear he's the last man she wants representing her. Is The Only Way To Save Your Life A chance discovery throws Damon and Laurel into a conspiracy that could rock the art world to its very foundations – with deadly consequences. With only each other to turn to, Laurel and Damon find the passion that once burned between them is a dangerous risk when betrayal lies at the heart of Jonathan's murder--and the body count keeps rising. To protect the future, and keep the past buried, Laurel and Damon will have to stay together, keep calm, and remain silent. . .

Title Race Talk and the Conspiracy of Silence
Author Derald Wing Sue
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Release Date 2016-02-01
Category Psychology
Total Pages 304
ISBN 9781119241980
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Turn Uncomfortable Conversations into Meaningful Dialogue If you believe that talking about race is impolite, or that "colorblindness" is the preferred approach, you must read this book. Race Talk and the Conspiracy of Silence debunks the most pervasive myths using evidence, easy-to-understand examples, and practical tools. This significant work answers all your questions about discussing race by covering: Characteristics of typical, unproductive conversations on race Tacit and explicit social rules related to talking about racial issues Race-specific difficulties and misconceptions regarding race talk Concrete advice for educators and parents on approaching race in a new way "His insistence on the need to press through resistance to have difficult conversations about race is a helpful corrective for a society that prefers to remain silent about these issues." —Christopher Wells, Vice President for Student Life at DePauw University "In a Canadian context, the work of Dr. Derald Wing Sue in Race Talk: and the Conspiracy of Silence is the type of material needed to engage a populace that is often described as 'Too Polite.' The accessible material lets individuals engage in difficult conversations about race and racism in ways that make the uncomfortable topics less threatening, resulting in a true 'dialogue' rather than a debate." —Darrell Bowden, M Ed. Education and Awareness Coordinator, Ryerson University "He offers those of us who work in the Diversity and Inclusion space practical tools for generating productive dialogues that transcend the limiting constraints of assumptions about race and identity." —Rania Sanford, Ed.D. Associate Chancellor for Strategic Affairs and Diversity, Stanford University "Sue's book is a must-read for any parent, teacher, professor, practioner, trainer, and facilitator who seeks to learn, understand, and advance difficult dialogues about issues of race in classrooms, workplaces, and boardrooms. It is a book of empowerment for activists, allies, or advocates who want to be instruments of change and to help move America from silence and inaction to discussion, engagement, and action on issues of difference and diversity. Integrating real life examples of difficult dialogues that incorporate the range of human emotions, Sue provides a masterful illustration of the complexities of dialogues about race in America. More importantly, he provides a toolkit for those who seek to undertake the courageous journey of understanding and facilitating difficult conversations about race." —Menah Pratt-Clarke, JD, PhD, Associate Provost for Diversity, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Title The Rise and Fall of the Right of Silence
Author Hannah Quirk
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2016-11-25
Category Law
Total Pages 232
ISBN 9781136008085
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Within an international context in which the right to silence has long been regarded as sacrosanct, this book provides the first comprehensive, empirically-based analysis of the effects of curtailing the right to silence. The right to silence has served as the practical expression of the principles that an individual was to be considered innocent until proven guilty, and that it was for the prosecution to establish guilt. In 1791, the Fifth Amendment to the US Constitution proclaimed that none ‘shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself’. In more recent times, the privilege against self-incrimination has been a founding principle for the International Criminal Court, the new South African constitution and the ad hoc International Criminal Tribunals for Rwanda and the former Yugoslavia. Despite this pedigree, over the past 30 years when governments have felt under pressure to combat crime or terrorism, the right to silence has been reconsidered (as in Australia), curtailed (in most of the United Kingdom) or circumvented (by the creation of the military tribunals to try the Guantánamo detainees). The analysis here focuses upon the effects of the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 in England and Wales. There, curtailing the right to silence was advocated in terms of ‘common sense’ policy-making and was achieved by an eclectic borrowing of concepts and policies from other jurisdictions. The implications of curtailing this right are here explored in detail with reference to England, Wales and Northern Ireland, but within a comparative context that examines how different ‘types’ of legal systems regard the right to silence and the effects of constitutional protection.

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