What rights do I have during police questioning?

During police questioning, law enforcement officers ask questions of victims, witnesses and suspects. If you feel that you are a suspect or could later be considered a suspect, you should speak with an attorney before speaking with law enforcement officers.

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What is custodial interrogation?

If an individual is in the custody of law enforcement officials while undergoing an interrogation, this is usually known as a custodial interrogation. Custodial interrogation is a relatively simple concept, but the laws that accompany this term are complex. Consult an experienced criminal law attorney with any specific questions about custodial interrogations.

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Criminal Confessions

While a confession may seem like the best option when confronted by police during an interrogation, you are best advised to think twice before offering a confession, especially without a criminal defense attorney present to represent your interests. Even still, a motion to suppress may be used to keep your confession out of the record if you have already made one.

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