Well, the short answer is that you have the Fifth Amendment right to remain silent and you should exercise it. At that point, once you’re arrested, there is no protection for you without the assistance of an attorney. The decisions that are gonna be made there in the interrogation room are not decisions that are gonna help your case later. So ultimately, if you’re presented with one of several different options, the first and only correct option would be to exercise your Fifth Amendment right to remain silent and to obtain the assistance of an attorney as soon as possible.
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