The amount of time that police can hold you for interrogation can vary depending on several factors, including the nature of the investigation, the jurisdiction, and the policies of the local police department.
In general, police must adhere to certain legal guidelines when interrogating and respect your rights under the law. This includes your right to remain silent, your right to an attorney, and your right to be free from coercive or abusive tactics.
If you are being held for questioning by the police, remember you have the right to remain silent and request an attorney. It is generally recommended that you exercise these rights and refrain from answering questions until you have spoken with an attorney.
In most cases, the police must either release or charge you with a crime within a certain period, typically within 48 to 72 hours. However, in some cases, the police may be able to obtain extensions or delays to continue their investigation.