Ten Reasons Not to Talk to The Fremont Police
Top Ten reasons you should not talk to the Fremont Police
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1. Talking with the Fremont Police will not help your case.
a) If the Fremont police want to talk to you they already think you are guilty. They are trying to get you to confess or trip you up in a small untruth that they can use against you. In short they are working on building their case against you. Don't help them - remain silent.
2. If your 100% guilty you still should not talk to the police. Only more charges can come form talking.
a) You can confess to the crime at anytime. However, if you wait until after talking to your attorney he can make a deal for your confession, less time, probation or even immunity. If you want to confess at least get something in exchange for it. Those who confess to the police receive harsher prosecution.
3. If you are 100% innocent you still should not talk to the police.
a) Why you may ask? I'm innocent what can go wrong? The answer is too many things could go wrong. The Fremont police may ask you, "Where you were yesterday at 3:45pm?" You may know exactly were you were, but you are not able to prove it. You tell them you were at the store about that time. Well, the Fremont Police have a witness that said they saw you across two blocks from where the crime happened, driving by in your car. The witness maybe mistaken. They saw a car that looked like yours and they thought it was yours, is all it takes to start to build a case against you. Now it looks like you are lying. Next thing you know you are trying to explain yourself regarding your where about for the next hour. Better to remain silent, then they have nothing.
4. Even if you are 100% innocent and you tell exactly what just happened, you still should not talk to the police.
a) Have you ever tried to recall what happened six month ago? Now the Fremont police may come at you with, "Well you gave us a statement and you told us that's exactly what happened. Now you are telling us a sightly different story." Seems to us that your not really sure what happened. Can you see where this is going? Now you have some explaining to do. Why put yourself in this mess, remain silent and explain yourself after talking with your attorney.
5. If you told the truth and it had nothing to do with you, you still should not of talked to the police.
a) The Fremont police are interviewing you regarding a murder. Status: You are 100% innocent. You had nothing to do with it, what could go wrong? Again, many things can go wrong. First off the Fremont police think you are guilty or believe that you know something regarding the murder. They start their questioning, "How did you know Sam?" "What did you think of him?" To you, these seem like innocuous questions but to the Fremont police they are pointed questions to build motive. When you told the police that you did not like Sam, you thought he was a jerk, even if Sam was a jerk you have now just given the Fremont police motive as to why this murder could of happened. For the next two hours you find yourself answering questions as to why you disliked Sam. Save yourself, don't talk to the Fremont police. Wait until your attorney is present before answering any questions.
6. Tell us your side of the story and maybe we can cut a deal. Still do not talk to the police.
a) This is just a lie. The Fremont police don't have the power to cut you any deal. The court, your attorney and the district attorney are in the business of cutting deals. The Fremont police can not. Your best bet is to remain silent.
7. Try to remember what you told the police when in court six months later. Your story will be a little different from that at the scene.
8. Anything you say can and will be held against you. If it helps their case they will use what you said.
a) If the Fremont police think anything you said was not true, even if it's 100% the truth any evidence they may have will be used against you. The Fremont police could have a witness stating something else. Even if their witness is incorrect when presented in court it makes it look as if you were not truthful. Don't talk to the police!
9. Their case is not that strong. They need you to help them.
a) Don't help their case by talking to them. You are helping them convict you. Why? Don't do it, remain silent.
10.Talking with the Fremont Police will only hurt your case.
a) No good can come from you talking with the Fremont police regarding your case. Don't do it, keep quite, it can only hurt your case.
The above are ten good reasons not to talk to the police.
This information should not be construed as legal advice, if you need legal advice seek out a licensed attorney.
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