Criminal Defense Basic Right
First rule: Every sentient being has a right to defend itself. This is a principal that many legal philosophers would consider basic to Natural Law. So, in our system of rights, the implementation of Positive Law, we recognize both the concept of self-defense -the right to defend oneself- and the right of a defendant not to incriminate oneself. If you think you may be a police subject make sure that you exercise your right to remain silent when coming into contact with police investigators from law enforcement. Typically, the focus is to collect incriminating evidence and not exculpatory evidence. So, if you are stopped or arrested by the police be careful of what you say, it probably will be used against you later.