No. You should absolutely not talk to any police officer who has just read you your rights without first talking to an attorney. Police officers are required to give you your Miranda warnings when they are questioning you because it is so overwhelmingly against your best interests for you to be talking to them. You have the right to remain silent, anything you say can and will be used against you. You have the right to an attorney, if you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed for you. Those are your Miranda Rights, and if you hear those words, the only response out of your mouth should be “I want an attorney”. This could be the most important decision of your life. Police are allowed to lie to you in order to get a statement, and they will use what you tell them to send you to prison. Even if you think making a statement is the right move, there is no harm in talking to an attorney first. This is important because you do not want your words misinterpreted, or taken out of context. You do not want to say the wrong thing when you do not know what facts the police think they have. Waiving your rights and talking to the police is the worst thing you could do for your case. If you have made a statement to the police, talk to a lawyer immediately to see if or how the damage can be undone.