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What is best to say to a cop in OH when you are pulled over and have been drinking or not when:
The cop asks if you've been drinking?
The cop asks you to submit to a portable breath test?
The cop asks to search your car?
The cop asks you to perform field sobriety tests?
At what point are you allowed to not answer questions and speak to an attorney?
I asked this same question about PA because I thought they might have different laws.I thought you only had the right to remain silent after you're in custody? I've tried remaining silent the past two times I got stopped and the cops said I didn't have a right unless I was under arrest and when I went to go to the hospital to give a blood sample, I said I wanted my attorney present ASAP. He took my cell phone that had my attorneys' phone numbers in it from me and said my only right was the right to shut up.
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