Will the right to refuse an interview or deposition infringe on the defendants’ rights?

Fact: This right already exists in Wisconsin law, and Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin simply puts victims on more equal footing with their attackers by making it a constitutional right in the state of Wisconsin. The accused can opt at any time to not talk to the authorities as part of their Fifth Amendment rights under the U.S. Constitution. Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin would afford victims similar rights when dealing with the defense in a pre-trial setting.