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Do I have to speak to the police after I have been arrested?
You are not required to answer any questions asked by police officers or provide anything other than basic information about your identity. Police officers will typically read you your “Miranda rights,” which state that you have the right to remain silent, that anything you say to police officers may be used against you in a criminal case, and that you have the right to be represented by an attorney.
In most cases, it is advisable to avoid speaking to police or answering any questions without having an attorney present.
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