Never speak to the police! My first video blog.

I’ve graduated from just regular blogging to full blown video blogging!  From time to time when I get a chance I’ll try to do more of these legal video blogs.  Check in this week as I answer questions related to speaking to the police when you’ve been accused of a crime, a suspect in a crime, or even a person of interest in a crime.  Spoiler alert. . . my answer is, you really should never speak to the police if you are being accused of a crime, especially without a lawyer present.  Watch the video though because I go through all the reasons why you should  never speak to the police, and how it could really hurt someone’s case who has been accused of a crime.

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