Your Constitutional Rights
It is your constitutional right to invoke your 5th and 6th Amendment rights, and you are entitled to remain silent until you have spoken with an attorney. By doing so, you are indicating that you do not wish to answer any questions without the presence and advice of an attorney. It is important to remember that anything you say can be used against you in a criminal proceeding, and that invoking your rights does not imply guilt.
If you have been arrested or are the subject of a criminal investigation, it is recommended that you seek legal advice as soon as possible. An experienced criminal defense attorney can provide guidance on how to protect your rights and help you navigate the criminal justice system.