Andrew Branca & Judicious Use of 5th Amendment or You Should Talk to Cops after a Shooting.

The problem is what to say after a self-defense incident. Andrew takes it to a step by step. This is not a quickie thing to listen at lunch break. Make a date out of it, sit down, listen and take notes. Review at least every six months.

3 Replies to “Andrew Branca & Judicious Use of 5th Amendment or You Should Talk to Cops after a Shooting.”

  1. If I may recommend people to his lectures. Certainly do so and go, it’s a perfect addendum to Massad Ayoob’s Mag40 class and certainly can stand on its own.




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  2. Everyone should know the 2 sets of the seven magic words.

    1. I was in fear for my life.

    2. I need to talk to my lawyer.

    I have read some people say that you should exercise your 5th Amendment right to remain silent. A lawyer (I can’t remember his name) explained that pleading the 5th does not stop the questioning, because you have to plead it for every question. He also explained that if you declare that you want to speak to your attorney, all questioning has to stop. Maybe one of the readers that is a lawyer can clarify this.

    I’m not a lawyer but I have watched all 20 years of Law and Order. šŸ˜‰

    YMMV




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