ATTORNEY JAMES DUANE was a practicing CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY that currently works as a Regent University LAW PROFESSOR. One of his first statements is I WILL NEVER TALK TO ANY POLICE OFFICER UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES! and he highly recommends everyone else do exactly the same thing.  Right To Remain Silent pdf:https://deliverypdf.ssrn.com/delivery.php?ID=156082089114105073093080084114120102002054084092007058124025024088064093014090117096027019013002018046016028082073087075085125059084071008033065124001070080017028000007083005083005090006116101112098116020019090087121011117004095068081027086078100006&EXT=pdf&INDEX=TRUE Reasons why you should never talk to the police:Reason #1There is no way it can help youReason #2even if your client is innocent he may well admit his guilt with no benefit in returnReason #3even if your client is innocent and he denies his guilt and almost entirely tells the truth odds are good he will easily get carried away and tell some little lie or make some little mistakeReason #4one of the Fifth Amendments basic functions is to protect innocent men who otherwise might be ensnared by ambiguous circumstances truthful responses of an innocent witness as well as those of a wrongdoer may provide the government with incriminating evidenceReason #5even if your client is innocent and only tells the truth and does not tell the police anything incriminating, which by the way is almost impossible to pull this off, I mean imagine talking to police for two three four hours and somebody like him can somehow manage to extract from you something that could be used to help with convict you Reason #6Innocently inadvertently unintentionally any statement no matter how exculpatory it may seem on its face could be used to crucify youReason #7everything you say every time you talk to the police, you'll regret itReason #8even if your client is innocent and only tells the truth and doesn't tell the police anything incriminating in the entire interview and questions and answers are videotaped; his truthful answers can be helped to crucify even an innocent man if the police, through no fault of theirs, end up in the possession of any evidence (even mistaken and unreliable evidence) that anything your client told them was false even if in fact it was trueReason #9any sane competent lawyer in his right mind will always tell every client under all circumstances: I don't care if you're innocent. I don't care if it's the truth, if it is the truth then great, we will tell the jury all about it. There'll be time enough to put our cards on the table but before we get there I haven't seen yet what the police got they may have mistakenly confused witnesses who will contradict even the truthful stuffReason #10keep your mouth shut, don't answer any questions, let's take the fifth you'll be glad you did - Default - 4712Ivriblack_5f3a3921ae6bd_5f3a39c652ad

DON'T TALK TO POLICE - ATTORNEY JAMES DUANE (VIDEO)

DON'T TALK TO POLICE - ATTORNEY JAMES DUANE (VIDEO)

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ATTORNEY JAMES DUANE was a practicing CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY that currently works as a Regent University LAW PROFESSOR. One of his first statements is "I WILL NEVER TALK TO ANY POLICE OFFICER UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES!" and he highly recommends everyone else do exactly the same thing. 

 

Right To Remain Silent pdf:

https://deliverypdf.ssrn.com/delivery.php?ID=156082089114105073093080084114120102002054084092007058124025024088064093014090117096027019013002018046016028082073087075085125059084071008033065124001070080017028000007083005083005090006116101112098116020019090087121011117004095068081027086078100006&EXT=pdf&INDEX=TRUE 

Reasons why you should never talk to the police:

Reason #1

There is no way it can help you

Reason #2

even if your client is innocent he may well admit his guilt with no benefit in return

Reason #3

even if your client is innocent and he denies his guilt and almost entirely tells the truth odds are good he will easily get carried away and tell some little lie or make some little mistake

Reason #4

one of the Fifth Amendments basic functions is to protect innocent men who otherwise might be ensnared by ambiguous circumstances truthful responses of an innocent witness as well as those of a wrongdoer may provide the government with incriminating evidence

Reason #5

even if your client is innocent and only tells the truth and does not tell the police anything incriminating, which by the way is almost impossible to pull this off, I mean imagine talking to police for two three four hours and somebody like him can somehow manage to extract from you something that could be used to help with convict you 

Reason #6

Innocently inadvertently unintentionally any statement no matter how exculpatory it may seem on its face could be used to crucify you

Reason #7

everything you say every time you talk to the police, you'll regret it

Reason #8

even if your client is innocent and only tells the truth and doesn't tell the police anything incriminating in the entire interview and questions and answers are videotaped; his truthful answers can be helped to crucify even an innocent man if the police, through no fault of theirs, end up in the possession of any evidence (even mistaken and unreliable evidence) that anything your client told them was false even if in fact it was true

Reason #9

any sane competent lawyer in his right mind will always tell every client under all circumstances: I don't care if you're innocent. I don't care if it's the truth, if it is the truth then great, we will tell the jury all about it. There'll be time enough to put our cards on the table but before we get there I haven't seen yet what the police got they may have mistakenly confused witnesses who will contradict even the truthful stuff

Reason #10

keep your mouth shut, don't answer any questions, let's take the fifth you'll be glad you did

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