Tuesday, July 07, 2009

Why You Should Never Talk to the Police

A fellow sheepdog friend of mine posted two video lectures he found online regarding how -- or how NOT -- to deal with law enforcement in the event that you are charged with a crime, detained for questioning, or even interviewed as part of an investigation.

Even if you, like me, never expect to encounter police officers in a hostile situation, these are important videos to watch. This is especially true for law-abiding citizens who carry concealed or open weapons in self-defense.





And let me state plainly for the record, this is not in any way oppositional to police officers. They are brave men and women who risk their lives to promote general safety. I have gotten along with any and every law enforcement officer I have had the pleasure of meeting. (Of course, I have never been so much as ticketed for speeding either.) This is not any sort of anti-police sentiment whatsoever. This is simply sound legal counsel for anyone who may come in contact with law enforcement at some point in the future.

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