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1.You have a constitutional right to remain silent and you should exercise that right. Do not talk to the police about your case unless your lawyer is with you. The police will say that things will go better for you if you talk to them but it seldom does.
2.Do not talk to friends or other people about the case involving yourself. Statements you make to third parties may be an exception to the hearsay rule and can be used against you in a criminal prosecution.
3.Be careful what you post on Facebook or other online social media. The police check what it is you post to see what is stated therein and whether it can be used in your case.