If the police want to question you, you should know what to expect and how to protect your rights. Here are three key points to keep in mind if the police interrogate you:
While their ultimate goal is to obtain your confession, police officers may also try to get incriminating statements from you that could help them charge you with a crime. Typical tactics police use to obtain their goals include:
It is important to remember that the police may be lying to you when they use these tactics. They may not have a witness or a suspect pointing the finger at you.
If you are being interrogated by the police, we urge you to immediately ask that your attorney be present before they question you further. Then, call us right away at 888-733-2992 to learn how we can help you.