Were you arrested, or suspected of a crime, in Johnson County, Kansas? You have rights and you should exercise those.
YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO REMAIN SILENT.
As you probably know, anything you say can and WILL be used against you. So don't say anything. Don't give a single detail without legal advise first. The more you say, the more you may risk your freedom.
YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO AN ATTORNEY.
Legal counsel in this moment not only could give you peace of mind but, also mean your rights are fully protected. You must affirmatively ask for a lawyer (ex. "I want my lawyer!") and don't ever waiver from that request. Once you do that the police must stop asking questions.
NEVER CONSENT TO A SEARCH.
Police typically need a search warrant to go through your car, house, belongings, etc. If they have the right to search they will. If they don't they will have to ask you. You should never give them permission to perform a search. If they are asking for consent, refuse and ask for your lawyer.
The best thing you can do, right now, is get a lawyer. You need an experienced lawyer to help you protect your rights. Call Attorney T. Morton NOW @ 913.602.7288, we accept credit cards and have payment plans.
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