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If arrested, what do you do?

If you are arrested, please do the following:
#1) Be respectful to the police.  When a case goes to trial, judges are always interested in what kind of demeanor a defendant displayed when he/she was interacting with police.  Local law enforcement already have a tough enough job.  Don’t make it harder on them and then make it harder on you.  The more respectful you are, the better chance law enforcement may be willing to cut you a break on your charges in the courtroom.
#2) Exercise your right to remain silent.  If you are arrested, police will inform you that you have the right to remain
silent and that anything you say can be used against you in a court of law.  Exercise this right!  All too often people
that get arrested dig themselves a hole by

#3) If you would like to answer the law enforcement questions, exercise your right to have an attorney present before
answering any questions.  Having an experienced criminal attorney by your side can put you at ease and

#4) Upon your arrest, conta…