My question involves police conduct in the State of: Nevada
So I have been watching lots of youtube videos on so called lawyers who say that you should never talk to the police, and that the best thing you can do is to always stay silent until charged, and then ask for a lawyer.
But what happens when you need to call the police to report say, "Someone you stabbed with a knife who broke into your home and tried to hurt you"? Is it legal to not call the police? Would you be more likely to be called if the perpetrator claimed he was a friend and you attacked him and you never called the police? I imagine that you have to say something, but what something is that? How much do you disclose before you stay silent? This is a general question and should not be thought of with completely within the example I gave.
Note: If I posted in the wrong thread, sorry.