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Here’s Why You Should Never Talk To The Police

why-you-should-never-talk-to-the-policeWe are living in an increasing police state. Most everyone knows it. For your information and benefit, if you are ever in a situation where you are being questioned by the police, DO NOT talk to them and DO NOT answer ANY questions.

While this is not to disrespect or insinuate that police are bad people, this amazing and fascinating video of a defense attorney’s short lecture at a law school (followed by a short segment from a police officer) will list the reasons why you should never talk to the police.

You may be shocked by the examples given of how you might unknowingly incriminate yourself, even if you are innocent!

You will almost never hear this from any law professor, but you better listen…   There are 10,000 ways that you might unknowingly implicate yourself in some sort of a criminal transaction.


You cannot talk your way out of getting arrested.

You cannot give them any information that will help you at trial (See the Federal Rule of Evidence 801(d)(2)(A)).

What you tell the police CANNOT be used to HELP YOU at trial. It may only be used AGAINST you. Otherwise it is referred to as “hearsay” and not admissible.

2. If you are guilty or even if you are innocent, any admission of guilt will not benefit you. There is no rush; there is no need to tell the police something. Even innocent people may inadvertently ‘confess’ to something they did not do.

3. Even if you are innocent, and deny guilt, and mostly tell the truth, you might easily get carried away and tell some little lie or make some little mistake that will ‘hang’ you.

4. Even if you are innocent, and only tell the truth, you will ALWAYS give the police some information that can be used to help convict you.

Watch this fascinating video for the explanations for these (and more) reasons why you should never talk to the police.

I would bet that nearly everyone who will watch this (unless you’re a lawyer) has no idea how incriminating you could potentially be to yourself if you do not “plead the 5th” and ask for an attorney.

“Pleading the fifth” is the label commonly used in the US legal sphere to describe the act of invoking the right against self-incrimination. The fifth, in this case, refers to the Fifth Amendment of the US Constitution, which grants various rights to people, including the right not to testify against oneself in a trial.

So, if that terrible situation occurs where there is much uncertainty of facts and circumstances, where someone is injured or dies, or a crime or shooting has occurred, and you are being questioned… do yourself a favor, be very cautious, even as an innocent person, and invoke your 5th Amendment rights in your U.S. Constitution immediately when the Police begin to question you. Get a lawyer.

Any LEO’s or lawyers out there? What is your opinion?




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