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If a person is arrested for PC 647 (b), what are that person's right? In Los Angeles, for instance, officers take a picture of the defendant with the undercover police officer 10 to 20 minutes later after that person has been arrested. I am not talking about the mugshot--which I believe is mandatory for misdemeanors and felonies--but a picture that is used for court purposes and which is supposed to be taken when you are arrested but is done later. Could the defendant refuses to take that picture? Or would police officers force the defendant to stand up next to the undercover police officer?
Also, how do you contact a lawyer if you do not have any lawyer's number or if you do not have anyone who is willing to reach one for you? Should you just stay in jail until you see a public defender?