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This can happen in situations where police are conducting an investigation into a possible crime.I regularly get calls from people when the police are investigating charges like hit and run, theft, or other charges.
It can also happen if you are known to the police, perhaps from a prior offense or complaint report, and they are investigating similar or related crimes.
I’ve had this happen with clients involved in some sex offense cases. But they may keep calling if they want to question you, for whatever reason. I had a client who was being accused of leaving the scene of an accident.
They can come to your home, or your work and the continuous requests and contacts they make can be quite threatening and intimidating. The officer left a message that said: “If you don’t talk to me, I will have to also charge you with malicious destruction of property for damage caused in the accident.”This is almost certainly a bluff and a tactic.
They are calling to you gather evidence for a case, very possibly . I can why ignoring the police and hoping the extra charge doesn’t happen sounds like a terrible legal strategy.
But in some cases, that’s exactly the best plan if you’ve got a lawyer representing you.
Most of the time, they are threatening you because they don’t have enough to charge you with, and that’s the easiest way for them to gather evidence. In drug cases, there are also situations where the police may be trying to threaten you into becoming a drug informant. If you accidentally pick up the phone or answer the door, and the police are there just say firmly and calmly, “I Do Not Wish To Speak To You Without My Lawyer Present.” End of conversation. If you get in a conversation, or any back and forth at all, you are at from confessing. Police are trained at getting people to admit things that are against their interest.
That can be , and is also very often not in your best interest. But no matter what you say, anything could be misconstrued, misinterpreted, or otherwise used against you.
There is no in effect if the police are just talking to you, and you aren’t under arrest.
And even then, Miranda does not offer the protections most people think it does.
When I’ve had clients that did decide talk to the police, and thought they were being careful and helpful, it still .
Police can take what you say out of context, and deliberately or accidentally misunderstand your statement, and turn it around against you.
If you don’t talk to the police, they won’t have anything they can say about you.