(or anyone else's for that matter)
USSC upheld in Salinas v Texas yesterday that if you're answering police questions, and choose not to answer some, that your silence on those you don't answer can be used in court to help prove your guilt, unless you affirmatively invoke your 5th Amendment right against self-incrimination.
Sounds from what I've read like there are precedents for this, but I find the decision pretty upsetting. Not surprising, but upsetting.
Oh, and this is the same Supreme Court which this week issued a new ban on protesting on its grounds.
Anyway, curious what Cur and others think.