You have the right to remain silent;Anything you say can be used against you in a court of law;You have the right to consult with a lawyer and have that lawyer present during the interrogation;If you cannot afford a lawyer, one will be appointed to represent you;You can invoke your right to be silent before or during an interrogation, and if you do so, the interrogation must stop.You can invoke your right to have an attorney present, and until your attorney is present, the interrogation must stop.
Today, we are here to decide if Mr. Thomas is guilty of breaking and entering
Well what evidence do we have against Mr. Jeoeffery Thomas?
Well, your honor, we have an recording from the back door where the break in occurred, and a neighbor who witnessed the man running from the scene
Do you plead guilty Mr. Thomas?
Yes your honor, he does.
The jury finds Mr. Thomas guilty of breaking and entering, and sentences him to 2 years, and one month in the state penitentiary.