Letter: Patten wrong on right to silence

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The Independent Online
Sir: I have read your criticism of the abolition of the 'right to silence' today ('A sacrificial crime policy', 7 October).

I can't help feeling that if I were charged but innocent, I would not wish to have a right to silence: in fact quite the reverse.

Yours,

W. B. CHAINEY

Brockenhurst,

Hampshire

7 October

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