Hi, my name is Andrea and I will be glad to assist you in any way I can,
First of all, if there was no probable cause for the police to come to the house, they should not have been there in the first place and they should not have entered the house at all. The fact that the police officer admitted to you that you were under arrest, but did not give you your Miranda rights prohibited them from asking you any questions whatsoever. Therefore, you should retain a good lawyer experienced in Criminal Defense and his first order of business is to have everything found in the house and any answers you gave to their question excluded from evidence. The Attorney should try to have everything dismissed at the preliminary hearing stage, and if it is not done at that level, the Attorney should file a "Motion to Suppress" in front of the Judge assigned to the case and anything they found and any statements you made, must be suppressed (Cannot be admitted into evidence).
If this is your first offense, you can be eligible for deferred adjudication and you can later have your record expunged,
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