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Should a police officer question you after arresting you?

People should exercise caution when talking with police. In some cases, such as when a New Hampshire officer asks you for your name and identification, you should provide that information. However, if a police officer decides to place you under arrest, what you say afterward can have serious legal ramifications. According to Lifehacker, it is better for you not to answer a police officer’s inquires at all once you are in custody.

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