A. Never consent to a police search. B. The police generally only ask for permission to search if they have no legal right to Search or probable cause to search. C. Ask if they have a search warrant. D. Ask to call your attorney.
1. Never agree to Breath, Blood or Urine testing. 2. Never make a statement about your case. 3. Never tell the police you drank alcohol 4. Never question the police about the case. 5. Call your attorney as soon as possible
1. Never make a statement about your case or talk to the police about your case. Make no statements at all, not to uniform police, arresting officers, security guards or detectives. 2. What you say to them will be used against you and to the detriment of your case. 3....
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