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What rights do I have in Florida when a law enforcement officer asks me questions?

You have a constitutional right, both under the Federal Constitution and the State of Florida Constitution, never to be compelled to be a witness against yourself. So you have the right to remain silent. You may be required under the law to provide certain biographical information to the police, such as your name, date of birth, and things of that sort. But you are never required to give any information about a crime that may be under investigation to the police.

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