Friday

How many times do I have to say it?

"The expected obstruction of justice charges from the feds are related to Kerik's statements to Bronx prosecutors, the sources said."



I said it after Martha. But did the well-represented Bernard Kerik listen? No...

So let me try this again: Never talk to cops or prosecutors. Ever. Under any circumstances. Just say "I don't talk to cops or prosecutors. Only my lawyer does." Got that?

Never. Not Ever. Not for any reason. Period.

3 comments:

Georgiana said...

Larry Craig also should have used this advice. Never mind that what he pleaded guilty to shouldn't be a crime, but whatever . . .

Tonja said...

You are so right. I never cease to be amazed that people so willingly talk to cops and prosecutors. They apparently believe they will be the one person who can talk their way out of whatever mess they've found themselves in. It never works. At least it never works for my clients.

S.C. Ruffey said...

A better bit of advice has never been given