Should a Tennessee law enforcement officer try to question you about a criminal case (s)he is working on, you need to know that you are under no legal obligation to voluntarily talk with him or her. It is true. Your Miranda rights and your constitutional rights from which they flow mean that you never need to talk with law enforcement officers without having your attorney with you. All you must do is give officers your name and identification if and when they ask for it. Other than that, you need do nothing further or divulge any additional information.