It's a bad idea to rely on advice from anonymous Internet strangers, even if they are admitted to practice in some state. If you're involved in a criminal matter and can't afford an attorney, your state must provide you with a public defender. These attorneys are often talented and committed, but they're usually overworked, so you may not get the personal attention you want.
If you're under arrest or in custody, you should speak to no-one, except to say "I want to speak to my lawyer." You should not post details of your situation on the Internet, unless your lawyer tells you to do so.