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James Duane explains in practical terms why citizens should never talk to police under any circumstances.

James Duane is an American law professor at the Regent University School of Law, former criminal defense attorney, and Fifth Amendment expert. He received some viral online attention for his "Don't Talk To Police" video of a lecture he gave to a group of law students with Virginia Beach Police Department Officer George Bruch.


Using former Supreme Court Justice Robert Jackson as support of his "Don't Talk to Police" advice, Duane says, inter alia, that:

  1. even perfectly innocent citizens may get themselves into trouble even when the police are trying to do their jobs properly, because police malfeasance is entirely unnecessary for the innocent to convict themselves by mistake;
  2. talking to police may bring up erroneous but believable evidence against even innocent witnesses; and
  3. individuals convinced of their own innocence may have unknowingly committed a crime which they inadvertently confess to during questioning.

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Did you write this? If so, you are very talented and I look forward to seeing more of this.

It's very sad but the police force and, military are becoming completely corrupted and forced to do pure evil. Any good hearted police officer or military individual will either quite thier corrupted duty or they will voice clearly thier intentions to stand for the side of the people or if they are going to side with the forces of darkess that have been training to take on the world soon.

The whole world is soon going to be a police state. Wanna see what a police state is like?

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Excellent video - worth watching twice, downloading and saving !!!!!!!!!!!!

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That video is several years old, but still very relevant. Things to remember:

1. If you do talk to the police, do not lie. If you are caught making false statements to the police and/or obstructing justice, you will be brought up on charges.

2. The police on the other hand, are under to compunction to tell the truth at all. They can tell you they have signed confessions from your wife and your priest implicating you if it will get you to spill the beans.

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1. If you do talk to the police, do not lie. If you are caught making false statements to the police and/or obstructing justice, you will be brought up on charges.

No,

the whole point of this lecture is not to talk to the police.

this shXX regarding usa only :)

I agree with you, but non US citizens can adjust this lecture to meet their govt's legislation.

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1. If you do talk to the police, do not lie. If you are caught making false statements to the police and/or obstructing justice, you will be brought up on charges.

No,

the whole point of this lecture is not to talk to the police.

this shXX regarding usa only :)

I agree with you, but non US citizens can adjust this lecture to meet their govt's legislation.

agree ! :D

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