You have the right to remain silent.
But then, you already know that. You’ve seen it all your life on TV, read it in books, heard it in movies. It’s almost become a cliché.
You have the right to remain silent, but you also have the right to speak up—which is precisely one of the things you don’t want to do if you’re arrested. In “Justice While Black” by Robbin Shipp, Esq. and Nick Chiles, you’ll learn why, among other things.
It is a sobering story: one in three young Black men can expect to be jailed in his lifetime. The number of imprisoned African Americans is disproportionate to the number of jailed Whites in this country. Everyone with dark skin knows about Driving While Black and Shopping While Black.
And, of course, there are the headlines…