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What if I Refuse to Give My Name to the Police?
What if I Refuse to Give My Name to the Police?

When you have an encounter with the police because you’re suspected of a crime, you may have the urge to be anonymous, to talk to them a little, but to avoid telling them who you are or showing them identification. Whether or not you’ve done this before, we’ll tell you right ...

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