In the United States, everyone has the right to an attorney when they are questioned by police, and those who fail to take advantage of that right do so at their own risk.
Numerous Supreme Court rulings have addressed police interrogations, and the general state of the law in New Jersey and around the country is that police are not required to be honest with you (though you commit a crime if you lie to the police), and that they are generally allowed to stretch the truth and push the bounds of interrogation procedure much further than people might expect.
If you have been arrested or have been asked to sit for an interview in relation to a criminal investigation, you should be represented by competent counsel.
This is the best way to ensure that your rights are protected and that police investigators are restrained from behavior that may seem unethical.
Matthew Reisig represents clients throughout New Jersey who are facing criminal charges and investigations.
Call 732-625-9661 today and talk to an experienced attorney for free.