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If I was involved in a accident and the head injuries I sustained made it so I couldn't understand what was going on, can my statements be used against me?

Question Details:

I hit a curb with my motorcycle and was thrown about 40 feet onto a curb and up against a guard rail. There is a statement where I allegedly said I admitted to drinking a few mixed drinks but I didn't. I don't have any memories before I was a the second hospital for some time. My blood was examined and alcohol was present but I feel I was so incapacitated by the accident that I feel my rights may have been violated. I mispronounced some words for a couple days following due to bleeding in my brain

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