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Don't talk to the Police! - May 13, 2008, 01:03 PM

REPOST? *shrug* I dunno.. sue me.... I have nothing against law enforcement. It is an interesting and very fair lecture with both sides of the story (professor of Law and a veteran police officer) regarding the fifth amendment rights and why you should never speak to the police...Don't shoot the messenger, it's even the name of the Professor's Lecture!

Kinda long but VERY INFORMATIVE.

http://www.regent.edu/admin/media/schlaw/LawPreview/



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Let me know if anyone tries this.


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May 13, 2008, 01:16 PM

Can't view the video at work , but I've talked to the police and when it was court date, he was honest and told the Prosecutor everything that happen.
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May 13, 2008, 01:26 PM

Same here.

Someone post up the ACLU vid on how to interact with police. It was posted about 3 years ago and I cannot find it.
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May 13, 2008, 03:18 PM

It's pretty good.. Don't think it's a Police Bashing video. It's not!
It just basically details how saying the wrong thing on your part or an officer's part, even if it is an honest mistake, can wrongfully implicate you... people make mistakes, even officers..but it's best to just keep to yourself and let your own lawyer set the facts straight before a judge instead of a prosecutor or officer using your words against you (though honest or sincere as your intentions may be)... It can bite you in the ass if your words are taken out of context. So just shut up. LOL!



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May 13, 2008, 03:42 PM

I would think this is common sense


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May 13, 2008, 04:29 PM

you should never talk to the police when the crime is more serious than a speeding ticket. Even with a lawyer present. the lawyer should speak for you if absolutly needed. Otherwise make them prove their case in court.
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It's pretty good.. Don't think it's a Police Bashing video. It's not!
It just basically details how saying the wrong thing on your part or an officer's part, even if it is an honest mistake, can wrongfully implicate you... people make mistakes, even officers..but it's best to just keep to yourself and let your own lawyer set the facts straight before a judge instead of a prosecutor or officer using your words against you (though honest or sincere as your intentions may be)... It can bite you in the ass if your words are taken out of context. So just shut up. LOL!
+1. You would think this is a common sense move, but you would be suprised how the average person can not handle stress. This is taught in CHL classes.
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May 13, 2008, 08:59 PM

Man, what a good video, long but good.

That is the main reason why I never stick around to talk to them. If I get a call, I tell em to call my lawyer...........I never get a call back.


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May 13, 2008, 09:18 PM

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Same here.

Someone post up the ACLU vid on how to interact with police. It was posted about 3 years ago and I cannot find it.
Good video that covered some things I didn't know. Here is the link to the ACLU video. Real good info between the two videos.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yqMjMPlXzdA


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you should never talk to the police when the crime is more serious than a speeding ticket. Even with a lawyer present. the lawyer should speak for you if absolutly needed. Otherwise make them prove their case in court.
The key there being not DOING anything worse than a speeding ticket.

Kudos to david636. Don't be a dumbass and your dumb ass won't get in trouble.


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May 14, 2008, 12:34 AM

Bro, you obviously did not watch the video. This guy is saying never talk to them when they ask you anything. Even IF you think you are innocent don't say SHT!!!


Take the time to watch the video, it's very educating!!


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May 14, 2008, 12:40 AM

downloaded both parts from ITunes!

Very good info. Very well presented.

One key point I got from it was one line from the Miranda rights.

"anything you say can be used against you" What you say cannot be used FOR you, that is hearsay. Interesting how that only goes one way.


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Yeah, I picked up on that too. Right there I was like, FK the best reason not to say sht.


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May 14, 2008, 10:20 AM

Trust me....as someone who mistakenly talked to the police when they were innocent in an effort to clear up a situation.....DON'T TALK TO THE POLICE....IN ANY CIRCUMSTANCE.

And for Thrustin....your logic of not doing anything wrong and still not getting jammed up with a potentially life changing situation works in a vacuum in Fantasy Land.

Plenty of people have never done anything wrong and rotted in jail for years because of what they may or may not have said.
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