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  • Should You Talk To The Police After An Arrest?
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      Firm Name: The Law Office Of Jamy Patterson, LLC
      Duration: 01:19
      Date: 2016-06-17
      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 criminal defense lawyer Jamy Patterson.
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