You have a constitutional right to remain silent. If the police try a friendly conversation, you can say nothing and walk away. If the police say, ‘MOVE!’ or give some other order, you may ask, ‘Why?’ but you are advised not to say anything more. Notify a Legal Observer about the order. If the police ask to search you or your bag, you should say, ‘NO, I do not consent to a search.’ If the police search anyway, you are advised to continue to say, ‘I do not consent to a search.’ If you physically interfere with the search, you risk arrest. If the police question you, including asking your name, you may say nothing and walk away. If the police prevent you from leaving, ask, ‘Am I free to go?’ If they answer ‘YES,’ you may say nothing and walk away. If they answer ‘NO,’ say, ‘I wish to remain silent. I want to talk to a lawyer,’ and wait for the police to arrest or release you.Occupy de Noam Chomsky. Visto en Brain Picking.
lunes, mayo 14, 2012
Consejos para protestar/manifestarse de forma legal
Jamás pensé que hoy en día fuera necesario escribir un libro sobre esto. Jamás pensé que yo escribiría una entrada sobre esto!
Publicado por Jesus Alvarez Ruiz