You may be a suspect and not know it. The police are not obligated to tell you that you are a suspect. In fact, they may not even read you your rights. They will tell you as little as possible about why you are being questioned. They may try to get you to cooperate by downplaying what they already know. They may ask to look at your phone. If they appear at your residence, they may ask to come in, look around, ask to see your computer. If you are in your car, they may ask you to step out, search your vehicle or your person, smell your breath and your clothes.
Don’t take a risk you do not want to take without first contacting an attorney. Your cooperation may not pay off. Contact an attorney for a consultation before you do something that could hurt you.
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