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

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If a law enforcement ever ask you questions, the right that you have is to remain silent, even if you’re not read your Miranda rights. Any time law enforcement wants to speak to you, there’s absolutely no obligation that you speak to them about anything. The only thing that you’re required to do is to identify yourself. Give them your driver’s license and if they keep trying to ask you questions, you can just sit there and not say a word to them.

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