fifth amendment rights
What Are Proffer Agreements?
Federal laws define proffer as a legal term that refers to confidential negotiations between prosecutors and defendants. In short, the government cannot use self-incriminating evidence that you reveal, as long as you don't breach the proffer agreement.Read More »
Felony Cases and Your Fifth Amendment Rights
In short, the Fifth/Double Jeopardy Amendment covers your right to due process and a single/meaningful case.Read More »
Bailing Out Active Inmates: What Are My Rights and Choices?
The legal system must provide every American, regardless of their financial status, with an equal treatment, humane sentence, and fair trial.Read More »
Can Police Take Your Phone for Evidence Without a Warrant?
The United States Constitution was written in 1787, centuries before landline telephones and automobiles became wide spread. Needless to say, with the rise of the internet and smartphone devices, many people are confused about how their legal rights apply in the digital age. Because of that, this article will answer the following questions: Can police take your phone without a…Read More »
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