Should You Talk To The Police After An Arrest?
When you have been arrested, police are required to issue Miranda warnings which explain that you have a right to remain silent and to contact an attorney. While you certainly want to be polite in order to avoid escalating a tense situation, you will gain a significant advantage by consulting with an experienced criminal defense attorney before speaking with police.
Watch this video for more tips and for legal help, contact Rapid City lawyer Jamy Patterson.
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