If you have been arrested, placed into custody, you have a short timeframe to take steps to protect yourself. The process of an arrest includes the preliminary investigation, being handcuffed, taken into custody of law enforcement, booked, and placed in a holding or booking cell.
Under the U.S. Constitution, you have the right to be free from illegal search and seizure, and the police can not initiate an investigation without probable cause, whether on the road or on your property
After being arrested, you will be allowed to make a phone call, I recommend calling your attorney first and invoking your right to remain silent at all times.
You have the right to not answer any questions, and the officer must advise you of this right if he wishes to question you.
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