Talking to the Police

As a lawyer with a general practice ranging from family law to felony criminal cases, my clients range from people who may desperately need police assistance to people who, even if completely innocent, may end up having their words (or the officer’s recollection of their words) coming back to harm them in court.

When you need help, or have a crime to report, obviously, go to or call the police immediately.

If, however, the police may suspect you of criminal activity and start questioning you, now is a great time to SAY NOTHING and call an attorney.

Here is a law professor explaining why in a very straightforward, accessible way:

 

Posted in 5th Amendment, criminal defense, criminal law
One comment on “Talking to the Police
  1. Mary Hall says:

    This guy talks fast. He was one of your favorites, I bet.

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