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Explaining your Miranda Rights

Have you ever been questioned by the police, read your rights and not known what they meant or how to respond? The reading of your rights seems straightforward but there’s quite a bit that goes into it. For instance, if at any point during questioning, you wish to exercise your right to remain silent, the police must stop their questions. You can be arrested without first being read your rights because the police are only required to read the Miranda Warning if they plan to interrogate. If you’re questioned later, the investigator must read you your rights before questioning.

Why opt for an uncontested divorce with your spouse?

When deciding to divorce, you and your spouse need to undoubtedly discuss the logistics. Aside from all the emotional trauma that typically accompanies marital dissolution, there are some key things to consider. The path out of marriage usually has two main options; contested or uncontested. What’s the difference? A lot.

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