Hi, I’m Jay Cohen from Blass Law, and I’m here to talk about when the police can lie to you.
The police are gonna be involved if they think you had something to do with a crime. They’re gonna to talk to you and they want you to respond. They believe that you were involved because of something.
And if you can confirm their theory, then you’ve just made their lives a whole lot easier. They can go home early. They’re gonna make up stuff like, we have your tighty-whities that your mama wrote your name in at the scene. And there are four people who have given statements all saying you were involved. Or there’s some witnesses that have positively identified you. Then we showed them your picture and they said, yeah, that’s the guy, or there’s surveillance video showing that you committed the crime.
And you know what, some of this may be true and it may be completely false. But you don’t know and the police can lie to your face and say that they have it all, because they’re trying to get a response out of you. So you have the right to remain silent. Know when the police are talking to you that they’re lying.
Don’t say anything, call Blass Law, we can help.