The Right to Remain Silent

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The Right To Remain Silent
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The Right To Remain Silent VHS Cover
Directed by Hubert C. de la Bouillerie
Written by Mark Fauser
Brent Briscoe
Starring Robert Loggia
Lea Thompson
Release date(s) 1996
Running time 97 min.
Country  United States
Language English

The Right To Remain Silent is a play by Mark Fauser and Brent Briscoe that was adapted for a television movie in 1996 starring Robert Loggia and Lea Thompson.

Synopsis[edit]

It was supposed to be just a normal night at the police station for rookie cop Christine Paley (Thompson). This is a report of about eight different types of arrests which can happen in a normal month. Lt. Mike Brosloe (Loggia) leads her through one of the most unusual first shifts.

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Awards[edit]

Nominated for 2 Cable Ace Awards, 1 win.

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