Law Enforcement, Lambasting and Lawyers

“It’s like having a filter between the detective and the person they want to talk to,” said Dave Bernard, a retired Kansas City police homicide detective. “You don’t get a true one-to-one conversation. You have to go through an attorney.”

Which is a person’s right to have an attorney present. It’s also a person’s right to not speak to police.
Shining the Bright Light on Police Interrogation in America


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