How to Talk to the Police if Your Suspected of a Crime ?  

         If suspected of a crime, you cannot prevent the police from visiting your home or workplace, or even finding you on the streets, for a talk. It is generally a plainclothes detective who would be the first point of contact and ask you questions related to the crime.

         Remember, you do not have to open up to a detective just because he is asking you questions, be it in a public place, your home or at the police station. You are also not obligated to answer the door if a police officer comes knocking, nor do you have to let him in if he cannot show you a warrant. Do not believe it when a detective asks you to visit the district police headquarters for a ‘talk’. The police have a number of ways to get a suspect to talk, like using the ‘good cop/bad cop’ routine, or asking you to write down your own version of what exactly went down, or trying to scare you with the consequences of the crime they say you are going to be charged with. Remember, they are not your friends, nor your lawyers, so what is best for you -- remain silent.

         You must not say anything until you have your lawyer present. He or she is the best person to guide you through the proceedings, who can tell you what you should say or do. If you resist arrest then the police may get nasty and then purposely delay the entire process, by making you sit in jail for a couple of days before you are produced in court.WelcomeToWelcomeRocketswag

 

 

    
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