You would think that with all of the television programs that address the suspects right to remain silent in television dramas or actual coverage of criminal court proceedings people would be more likely to decline the invitation to incriminate themselves when under investigation by police detectives. Certainly everyone knows by now that it is an absolute best practice not to discuss the facts of the criminal investigation when either being accused or suspected.
Why are criminal lawyers seeing more instances of people who waive their right to remain silent?
In Florida, Miranda warnings are advised to an individual who is technically in custody and being questioned about a crime in which they are suspected of having some involvement in. Miranda warnings are more commonly known as “the reading of rights.” Although you have heard it before, let me tell you again. Do not talk to police officers about any crime being investigated of which you are considered a suspect and asked to volunteer