My question involves criminal law for the state of: Georgia
I gave my "Best-Friend" (Note the quotes) a place to stay when he lost his residence. I was in college, which meant I had a computer & Internet. He had already attempted to molest my sister, but my Mother didn't want me to be involved, so she never informed me, (Later claims she "didn't know the whole story" and didn't want to jump the gun).
You can guess what happened next. I got angry when discovering the Morally Horrendous material on my computer, and went straight to the police. (I learned quickly that they aren't your friends). They took a statement of who had used my computer, and I gave accurate information. They said they would look into it. 30 Days later, 2 weeks before Final Exams, I get a knock on the door, a Search Warrant was served, and they led me away in cuffs without reading my Miranda rights.
Later, at the station, they handed me some piece of paper saying "Waiver of Rights". I asked to have it explained, and they stated I "Couldn't clear my name with them unless I signed it". So I did, and so began the Hell that is now my life. I spent 2 months in Jail, and am now waiting for trial on Bond, I'm wondering if any of the things I said can be used against me, as I now know how they like to twist things.
Is there any other way of clearing my Name?