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Attorney Jonathan Rosen discusses your right to remain silent if you are arrested or contacted by the police.

If you’ve been arrested, the most important thing for you to do is not say anything.  Do not speak to law enforcement for any reason. Do not waive your right to remain silent. If you have spoken to law enforcement, there’s a good possibility whatever you may have said is inadmissible. I will come in at any stage of the prosecution, and if possible keep those things from being admitted into a court of law. If they are admissible, I will do everything I can to minimize whatever consequences may exist. Contact me, I will offer you a free consultation; we can discuss your case personally. 

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