Is it just me or everyone is as always frigthen with talking to police officers even if they are definitely not guilty about anything. One question often rings the bell and give us unneccessary heart attacks.
Well, you are not alone. It seems that alot of people are also experiencing the same thing. So today, let´s talk about a few rules when you are interrogated and is being asked with suspicious questions from a police officer.
Stay Calm and Cool
The least thing you would not want is to give the impression that you are being aggressive. It´s definitely a big NO. So stay calm and stay cool, keep a steady pace and act natural, we understand that deep inside you are tensed although there´s nothing to be worried about.
Just hang on there.
You Have the Right to Remain Silent
Of course, it´s the obvious. Don´t get tricked into waiving your rights by allowing them to let you talk. You have all the right to be silent for anything that comes out of your mouth can be used against you.
You Don´t Have to Give Them Consent to Searches
As long as there is no definite reason for them to do a search operation or a paper that says so then you have all the right to not give them the consent. This sure feels uncanny and suspicious, but you have to stay calm and cool and say no. Or you can just call the authorities or your lawyer to help you sort that out if they have been interrogating you with so much things already.