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Criminal Justice Information - Victims, Juveniles, Incarcerated & Accused: Talk To Police?
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When Regent University law professor James Duane first delivered his ”Don’t Talk to the Police!” lecture back in 2008, he likely had no idea that it would go viral again nearly a decade later.
Duane’s lecture, which encourages people to exercise their Fifth Amendment right to remain silent, has been getting renewed attention in the wake of Netflix’s “Making a Murderer” documentary, which covers the trial of Steven Avery, who was found guilty in 2007 of killing photographer Teresa Halbach.
“I decided I would talk to them about the Fifth Amendment,” Duane recently told The Church Boys podcast, explaining that he delivered the lecture to his audience at the time because he believed that the contents of this amendment are “poorly understood by the average guy on the street.”
Never Talk to the Police!
A professor and a defense attorney: Why you should not agree to be interviewed by the police.
Never Talk to the Police! - The Other Side of the Story
An experienced police officer tells you why you should never agree to be interviewed by the police