If you are innocently caught with drugs by the police, you should remain silent and request a lawyer. You should not say anything until your lawyer arrives.
Here are some things to do when questioned by the police:
- Remain silent: You have the right to remain silent, and you should not say anything until your lawyer arrives. Remaining silent means telling the police that you have no comment and will not respond to their questions.
- Provide personal information: You have an obligation to provide personal information such as your name, date of birth, phone number, and address.
- Request a lawyer: You have the right to request a lawyer, and you should ask for one before answering any questions from the police.
- Do not sign any documents: You should not sign any documents until your lawyer has seen them and agrees to sign them。
- Do not answer any questions: You should not answer any questions until your lawyer arrives.
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