You have the right to remain silent, which means that you don’t have to say anything.

It’s OK if you don’t want to talk to me.

If you do want to talk to me, I can tell the juvenile court judge or adult court judge and Probation Officer what you tell me.

You have the right to talk to a free lawyer right now.

That free lawyer works for you and is available at any time – even late at night.

That lawyer does not tell anyone what you tell them.  That free lawyer helps you decide if it’s a good idea to answer questions.

That free lawyer can be with you if you want to talk with me.

If you start to answer my questions, you can change your mind and stop at any time.  I won’t ask you any more questions.