If the police call and ask you to come in for more questioning or if they come to home seeking the same I suggest that you tell them you do not want to participate without an attorney and that as soon as you contact one you will get back to them - not because you have anything to hide but because you want to protect and preserve your rights and you do have the right to have an attorney at any and all questioning.
You are under no legal obligation to participate in the answering of any questions - so if they call about more questioning that is when you should have an attorney - in the meantime, you might want to begin to call a few and consult with them. Some will do on the phone consults - you can contact the Kentucky Bar Association - contact info HERE
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