Author Topic: I dunno that I would not allow the police in until my lawyer  (Read 2820 times)

xzafareman

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I dunno that I would not allow the police in until my lawyer
« on: April 14, 2015, 11:59:28 PM »
I dunno that I would not allow the police in until my lawyer arrived. That can be misconstrued as interfering with an investigation. Just state the basics then hush. Even as a LEO you don't make statements until time has passed and representation has been obtained.
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Re: I dunno that I would not allow the police in until my la
« Reply #1 on: April 16, 2015, 03:04:00 PM »
xzafareman,

So long as you donít make any material misstatements to police, you canít be charged with a crime for refusing to cooperate. If they present you with a warrant, or if your home is a crime scene, you must let them inside. In this scenario, we recommend that you not say anything until youíve spoken to us. Police have not had a problem with our members doing this in the past. If they donít have a reason to be in your home but are asking consent to come in and search, we definitely recommend that you not give consent.
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