Re: A Person's Rights
at what point of the process are you talking about? What are the circumstances of first contact with the police.
If there is reason to arrest you, you will be arrested. If the state law requires you disclose your identity (some states have laws compelling you to divulge your identity is certain circumstances. If it involves one of the circumstances and you refuse to speak, you will be taken to jail.
I will say that if they want you to move and will not do it voluntarily, they will move you to wherever they want you to be. If you refuse to respond to the judge, a not guilty plea will be entered on your behalf and you will go on trial. A lawyer may be appointed to you to save you from yourself. You may be subjected to a mental exam.
If there is a trial, you will either be found guilty or not guilty. If not guilty, they release you. If guilty, they sentence you and take you to jail or prison. I suspect you will speak once you get there if for no other reason than to say: no thank you. I would not like you to do that to me.
if you remain silent, it you are arrested, there is a much greater chance you will not be released on bail.
If you refuse to eat, they will eventually toss you in the med ward and feed you whether you want it or not.
I am not an attorney and any advice is not to be construed as legal advice. You might even want to ignore my advice. Actually, there are plenty of real attorneys that you might want to ignore as well.