My not guilty friends here is the big message: confess to God almighty. God almighty, not the po-po.

Now, folks, you’ve heard of a good cop and bad cop. Each cop, good or bad is trying to strategically manipulate you into confessing. They’re just trying to get an admission or a confession even if it’s not in the proper context. As long as they get something, even a lie, it does not benefit you.

So, do not talk to the po-po. Police need admissions. Police need statements against your interest in order to solve a crime. The courts permit cops to lie to you, but they don’t like it when you lie to cops. Isn’t that a weird contradiction? But it’s allowed.

However, there’s also the Fifth Amendment right in America to remain silent. You have the right to remain silent. If you confess to a crime, you’ve helped the police. You don’t have to help the police, it’s not in your best interest to admit to a crime. You don’t have to help the government, it’s their burden of proof.

You have a right to remain silent, that’s a fundamental constitutional right. It contradicts you saying anything to the police, so don’t confess. Exercise your right to remain silent. And by the way, say no to the po-po. If you wish, confess to God, God Almighty, but not the po-po.

Are you or someone you know facing criminal charges? 

If you are facing criminal charges, you need to speak with an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. The Law Offices of Steven R. Adams is recognized by Super Lawyers, Best Lawyers, The Best Lawyers in America, National Trial Lawyers Top 100, and is one of U.S. News' Best Law Firms.  Please contact us online or call our Cincinnati office directly at 513-929-9333 to schedule your free consultation. 

Steven R. Adams
Steven R. Adams was a criminal defense lawyer dedicated to DUI, OVI, and criminal defense in Cincinnati, Ohio.
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