Right to silence

Irrespective of whether a person suspected of a criminal offence has been ‘cautioned’, he has a right to remain silent and his interrogator cannot insist on answers to questions. (A ‘caution’ is the formula used by the interrogator to remind the suspect of his legal right to stay silent under questioning and to explain the possible consequences of a reply.)

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