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my friend was arrested, the officers did not tell her why or what she was arrested for, and when she asked they ignored her. also they kelp her in a cell for 5 hours and said later when she made bail it was a public intoxication
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No, you do not have to be informed of what you are being arrested for, unless the officers question you regarding the alleged offense.
With respect, if your friend was arrested for public intoxication, it may be possible your friend simply does not recall the entirety of what transpired the night of the arrest. It happens.
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