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Can the police lie to me when questioning me about a case?

The police contacted my home the other day saying they had a witness come forward against me in a small robbery. They said they wanted me to come in to answer a few simple questions about the matter. When I arrived at the police station, I was arrested and put in holding. The police then told me that there was no witness and I had incriminated myself. Can the police legally lie to someone to have them incriminate themselves?

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    Robert W. Eutsler | Eutsler Law Firm
    9219 Katy Freeway, Ste 220
    Houston, TX 77024
    (713) 464-6461
    Answer Applies to: Texas - Replied: 4/3/2013
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