Supreme Court to consider if silence can be evidence of guilt | Reuters

The chief priests accused him of many things.  So again Pilate asked him, “Aren’t you going to answer? See how many things they are accusing you of.”
But Jesus still made no reply, and Pilate was amazed.–Mark 15:3-5 (NIV)

The Supreme Court on Friday agreed to consider whether a suspect’s refusal to answer police questions prior to being arrested and read his rights can be introduced as evidence of guilt at his subsequent murder trial.

via Supreme Court to consider if silence can be evidence of guilt | Reuters.

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