You never have to talk to the police if you chose not to.
We've all seen on TV over the years someone getting their Miranda rights. We all know that you have a right to an attorney. If you can't afford an attorney, one will be appointed for you. You don't have to talk to the police at all, or if you want to talk, you can have an attorney present. Anytime an individual is undergoing a custodial interrogation, questioning by police under circumstances where they don't feel they are free to leave, they have to be given these rights.
I advise not talking to the police, at least not without counsel. READ MORE.
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