Originally Posted by lhecker51
So how does the advice from the cited video reconcile with the advice from attorneys at Armed Citizen? They claim you SHOULD
talk to the police and describe what information to provide:
In light of the video advocating silence, I agree with not giving any statement without my attorney present. I will risk being taken into custody, and will not provide the rope to hang me.
The question remains, should you or should you not make any statement of fact?
Perhaps some of our lawyers on the forum would enlighten us as to the firearms-related defense success rate of Marty Hayes, J.D. as compared to the rates of groups such as Michels & Associates (ie. groups that tell us to remember that there is a reason that we have the "right to remain silent")?
I'd tend to side with the lawyer that has the best "win percentage" in the matter...and I suspect that I already know the answer to this question.