What rights do I have if I am questioned by the police?
If you are questioned by the police you have several rights. The police officer present must inform you of your rights if they arrest you. These rights include:
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- You have the right to remain silent.
- If you choose to speak, anything you say can be used against you in court.
- If you decide to answer any questions, you may stop at any time and all questioning will cease.
- You have a right to consult with your attorney before answering any questions. You have the right to have your attorney present if you decide to answer any questions, and if you cannot afford a criminal defense attorney, one will be provided for you or appointed for you by the court without cost to you before any further questions may be asked.
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