Should I talk to the police after an arrest?
- If you’ve been arrested, you have the right to remain silent. If you invoke your Miranda rights, law enforcement cannot question you until you consult an attorney. If you decide to talk, you can cut off questioning at any time and invoke your rights by announcing that you intend to remain silent and that you want to see an attorney.
- Do I need a criminal defense attorney if I am not guilty?
- Can arrest or conviction records be expunged?
- What is the court process after you have been arrested for DUI?
- What is a felony?
- What is a misdemeanor?
- What is the difference between probation and parole?
- What should I do if I have been charged with a crime?
- What happens once I’m convicted of DWI or DUI?