Concerning that whole article that USA Carry sent out a couple days ago about Salinas v Texas and his silence being used against him BEFORE he was placed under arrest...I was discussing it with a professor of mine yesterday and apparently that's no ground breaking news, and that that has always been the case. She says that it's been the case for a long time that an officer could testify that you wouldn't talk to them in an interview prior to your arrest. So am I missing something in this article as to why they made it sound like there's some new ground breaking ruling on the books?

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