The Professor Says:
The Cop Says:
Ok, I agree, I wouldn't under any circumstances talk to police either unless they are about to hurt me and the only way I can save my skin is by opening my mouth. However, to talk or not to talk, that is the question? Some people talk, talk, and talk thinking that they will befriend the police or that the police will somehow give them a deal, which the police can not do as they don't have the power to. Unless you perform favors, opening your mouth will just get you in trouble because police tend to turn everything you say into hat they want to hear. I can give you story after story after story after story when people have (and still do) said so much that even if the police wanted to give them a deal, it would be impossible for the police to do so. The intimidation under interrogation is brutal, but grace under pressure. It is not only idiotic to talk to police, but it is to the border of imbecilic! In the videos contained in this post, you will hear Mr. James Duane, a professor at Regent Law School and a former defense attorney, tells you why you should never agree to be interviewed by the police.. And then, an experienced police officer tells you why you should never agree to be interviewed by the police. Watch "the Professor" and "The Cop", get the point?