According to information published by the Kenyan Judiciary, here is what you are supposed to do at the time of arrest.
- You have the right to stay silent, which means that you are not required to answer any questions or provide any information to the person who is detaining you.
- You have the right to be informed by the person who is arresting you of the following information:
- What is the reason you are being detained?
- That you may remain silent and,
- This means that if you choose to speak, your words may be used against you in a court of law if you are found guilty.