The importance of always exercising your right to remain silent when dealing with law enforcement officers was proven once again in a recent Indiana case which held that a false informing conviction may not be based upon failing to provide information to the police.
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In Indiana, a conviction may not be based upon a recanted out of court statement unless there is substantial independent evidence of probative value from which the jury could infer the repudiated statement is credible.
Steven Knecht discusses how a new Indiana Supreme Court ruling affects your rights.
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