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KNOW YOUR RIGHTS

If you are facing military charges, your freedom, career, and reputation are at risk. 
Mr. Culp has spoken spoken to thousands of servicemen about their rights as a suspect, their rights facing non-judicial punishment, summary courts-martialspecial and general courts-martial, and their rights when contemplating an adverse
administrative hearing or board.

Let your rights as a suspect protect you:

    1. You do NOT have to make a statement to anyone, not even your commander.  
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    2. You have the right to speak to an attorney, whether or not you committed a
        crime.      
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    3. You have a right to have an attorney by your side when you talk to any
        investigator or anyone in your chain of command.
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    4. You have the right to refuse to consent to criminal searches.
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    5. You have the right to refuse a polygraph examination. 
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CONCLUSION:  The vast majority of convictions in the military result from statements or confessions provided to investigators or agents.  If you are being interrogated (agents refer to these not so pleasant experiences as “interviews”), or someone is asking you to make a statement, you need to consult with a lawyer.  If you clearly and plainly ask to see a lawyer, your interrogation must cease immediately.  Invoking your right to a lawyer is the only way to permanently cease the interrogation.  Giving a statement and consenting to searches or polygraph examinations will assist investigators and prosecutors build the case against you.  

       Before deciding to give up any of your important rights, you should speak 
                        with an experienced attorney – even if you’re innocent. 

     It is not enough to know these rights. YOU MUST EXERCISE THESE RIGHTS.  
     If you do, you will increase the odds dramatically that your freedom, career, 
                          and reputation will survive the military justice process.

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