Remain Silent

Some articles on remain silent, silent:

Perfect Stranger (band) - You Have The Right To Remain Silent
... For the X-Cops album, see You Have the Right to Remain Silent.. ... You Have the Right to Remain Silent Studio album by Perfect Stranger Released June 13, 1995 (1995-06-13) Genre Country Length 3109 Label Curb Producer Clyde Brooks ...
Right To Silence In England And Wales - History
... during their actual trial (the "right to silence", or the right to remain silent as it is now known) was well established at common law from the 17th century ... had been banned, the mistreatment of silent suspects to induce a confession was common and the refusal to answer questions was used as evidence against them ... However the right to remain silent "does not denote any single right, but rather refers to a disparate group of immunities, which differ in nature ...
KTFS (AM) - Request For Special Temporary Authority To Remain Silent
... LLC ("Ark"), for Special Temporary Authority to permit AM Radio Station KTFS to remain silent ... Ark's request states that Station KTFS(AM) went silent on December 21, 2011, due to vandalism to its tower site ... Special Temporary Authority is granted to permit Station KTFS(AM) to remain silent not to exceed 180 days from the date of this letter ...

Famous quotes containing the words silent and/or remain:

    ... women learned one important lesson—namely, that it is impossible for the best of men to understand women’s feelings or the humiliation of their position. When they asked us to be silent on our question during the War, and labor for the emancipation of the slave, we did so, and gave five years to his emancipation and enfranchisement.... I was convinced, at the time, that it was the true policy. I am now equally sure that it was a blunder.
    Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815–1902)

    Nothing and no one can destroy the Chinese people. They are relentless survivors. They are the oldest civilized people on earth. Their civilization passes through phases but its basic characteristics remain the same. They yield, they bend to the wind, but they never break.
    Pearl S. Buck (1892–1973)