Q: I have a detective wanting to talk to me should I go alone
A: That question answers itself
Stanley Dale Radtke agrees with this answer
A: No. You should take an experienced criminal defense attorney with you to the interview.
Nooooooo! The detective wants to INTERROGATE you, not talk to you! I have no idea if you are a witness or suspect; there is a big difference in the answer. However, you are better off talking to an experienced criminal defense attorney BEFORE, not after, talking to the police. An attorney can then advise you as to whether you should talk at all (5th Amendment issues) with or without an attorney present.
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