Why you shouldn't talk to the police


Yesterday, the Cato Institute hosted a book forum on James Duane's short new book, You Have a Right to Remain Innocent. He presented the thesis of his and I commented based on my experience working with police and interrogating suspects myself on the Felony Review unit of the Cook County States Attorney's Office. In my comments (at 41:25) I explain why you need to buy and read the book, not merely agree with the bottom line. Professor Duane is a terrifically entertaining speaker and a really tough act to follow. You can watch the video here and decide for yourself if I held my own.