The Supreme court held today that if you are asked questions before you are arrested and you just stay silent, but you don’t say that you’re invoking your right to remain silent, your silence can be used against you.
Basically, if you want to assert your right to remain silent, you have to speak up and say something. You can’t just remain silent.
A new report from Safe Kids Worldwide shows 1 in 4 parents admit they have driven with their child unbuckled. The report also finds that some parents feel it would be acceptable to drive with their children unbuckled on overnight trips.