I was arrested earlier this year for an accidental incident. The charges were no-filed 2 weeks later and the case is over. However, I was on a 6 month probation which is now a VOP case. I am hoping that it drops also, however, the language in the arrest report makes it sound worse than it actually is because of a statement that the arrest report says I made.
At that time, I was being interrogated and deprived of my freedom to walk away. An officer was asked to keep me in my location while the others parties were interviewed. It was at this time during my detainment that the reports describes my alleged statement. It then states that "after Miranda", the suspect made a new statement and compares them which just looks terrible. Can the arrest report be modified or suppressed?The statements were in response to questions while I was detained. The context of the statements as well as the wording were written in a way that it makes it look like I changed a statement. The report clearly states the statement, then states "after Miranda" and says I made a new statement to a different officer. The entire ordeal was innocent and was dropped but now I have to deal with the way the report was written. The pre-Miranda statement, while detained, can be used?