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Monday, February 14, 2011

Talking To Attorneys (And Everyone Else)

Rick Horowitz blogs on the importance of keeping your frigging piehole shut, no matter what, with regard to the po-po and everyone else.

Any questions, see rule #1 above.

Rinse and repeat.

(h/t to Injustice Everywhere)


Blogger daniel said...

I could never put myself in the position of not wanting to know whether so-and-so committed a crime. As a crime victim, I want to know who the bad guys are. If someone is about to tell me they committed a robbery, I'd like to know that. Wouldn't any good person WANT to know if so-and-so committed a crime so that the bad person could be prosecuted?

Now, if we're talking victimless "crimes" or justified, last resort action, hey, do what you gotta do.

February 14, 2011 at 1:38 AM  
Blogger Concerned American said...

Lawyers are not regular humans.


February 14, 2011 at 2:01 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is important to know and remember that any attorney is an officer of the court before he is your legal representative. He has a responsibility to the system before he is responsible for your defense.


February 14, 2011 at 2:31 AM  
Anonymous Reg T said...

Your links to the "Never ever talk to the police" videos are superior to this, but this is a good reminder.

February 14, 2011 at 4:04 AM  
Anonymous Mark Matis said...

For Anonymous at 2:31 AM:
Even more than that, it is important to understand that MOST attorneys will sell your soul to the court EVEN IF YOU ARE TOTALLY INNOCENT if the court wants you. Choose your lawyer as wisely as you can, and understand that neither innocence nor unconstitutional actions by "Law Enforcement" will set you free if the "Legal System" does not want you to be so.

The stench is overwhelming. And it smells like pig.

February 14, 2011 at 4:15 AM  
Anonymous Rick Horowitz said...

The statement by "anonymous" is incorrect.

A criminal defense attorney doesn't have a responsibility to the system that trumps the responsibility to the client. But, like the rest of the world, an attorney can't assist others in committing crimes.

Assisting someone in committing perjury would be a crime.

February 14, 2011 at 6:19 AM  

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