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Have You Been Involved in an Arrest? Before You Follow The Officer To The Station, Here's What You Should Know.

As many people are perplexed and unsure what to do in these frightening situations, this essay will shed light on the facts, benefits, and drawbacks of police security difficulties.


It might be perplexing and frightening to be arrested for the first time. You'll be dealing with cops, attorneys, judges, and possibly even cellmates.

You might have no idea what's going on or why you're travelling to particular places. This is what you should realize if you find yourself in this scenario.


1. To reduce risk to yourself, Do not resist arrest even if you believe the arrest is unfair. Follow the Officer’s command.


2. Say you wish to remain silent and ask for a lawyer immediately. Don’t answer any questions or give any explanations or excuses.

3. You have the right to make a phone call and the police cannot listen if you call a lawyer. But remember they can and often will listen to a call made to anyone else.


4. Make emergency plans if you have children or have any chronic illness which requires medication.


5. Don’t say anything, sign any document or make any decisions without a lawyer. Remember, being arrested doesn’t make you guilty.

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