I Have Nothing to Hide, So Why Shouldn’t I Talk to the Police or Let Them Search My Home
If you are a suspect or if you have been charged with a crime, you should not talk to the police or allow them to search your home because everything that you say can be used against you. And also, if they search your home, anything that they find will be and can be used against you. It is in your best interest to not speak to the police until you retain an attorney.
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