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  • Understanding the Reid Technique in Police Interrogations
    Understanding the Reid Technique in Police Interrogations

    Nine Steps to a Possible False Confession The Reid Technique is a notorious interview and interrogation method used by police officers and investigators. It consists of three elements, with the last ...

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  • How a Motion to Suppress Can Help Your Case
    How a Motion to Suppress Can Help Your Case

    If you have been charged with a criminal offense but there are doubts raised about certain pieces of evidence, they may be deemed inadmissible to be used in court. An experienced criminal defense ...

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  • The Miranda Warning: Know Your Rights in an Arrest
    The Miranda Warning: Know Your Rights in an Arrest

    A crime drama staple is a police officer or detective barking that someone has the right to remain silent while they are being arrested. If the television show or movie is particularly good, it will ...

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  • Do You Know Your Rights During a Police Search?
    Do You Know Your Rights During a Police Search?

    As residents of the United States, we are granted a certain level of privacy and freedom from government intrusion. With that being said, these freedoms are not absolute. Law enforcement officers are ...

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  • Your Rights During an OWI Stop
    Your Rights During an OWI Stop

    To begin with the obvious, you should never get behind the wheel of a car if you are drunk. The legal, financial, and criminal consequences of being convicted of operating while intoxicated (OWI) can ...

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  • Why You Should Hire Your Own Attorney
    Why You Should Hire Your Own Attorney

    Do you know your full Miranda rights? It is the short speech arresting officers need to give to all detained suspects before they ask them anything. Not only does it include mention of your right to ...

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