It may happen that you are walking around your neighborhood while the police are nearby investigating a robbery or another crime. As you get into their line of vision, they may ask you to explain what you are doing in that location and you may be tempted to quickly give an answer and clear things up so you can continue on your way. However, you should think twice about this course of action since, without meaning to, you might end up incriminating yourself. It’s better to just refuse to answer any questions unless they show you an arrest warrant. Keep in mind that you do have a right to remain silent and that whatever you say can and will be used against you. Seek legal advice as soon as possible. What is an arrest warrant and when is it issued? The legal order that gives authority to the police


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