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If you're arrested by a police officer, give your name and your address but nothing else.
Do not discuss the facts with the police officer or anybody else. Ask for a lawyer
In criminal cases, my experience of almost forty years in the court systems reveals that
in almost three-fourths of the cases where a conviction thereafter results, the persons
arrested have either convicted themselves or substantially assisted the prosecuting
authorities by one thing: Talking to the authorities and discussing the facts of the case.
Even though the persons arrested have been admonished of their right to remain silent
and not to say one thing, the persons invariably talk, anyway.
Give your name and where you live. But other than that, Don't talk.
Ask for a lawyer or your own lawyer.
Reviews for "How To Be SMART, SHREWD & CUNNING--Legally! (Paperback)"
|Reviewed by Jeanette Cooper
|A VALUABLE REFERENCE TOOL FOR AUTHORS & FAMILIES
As the author of eleven published mystery and suspense novels, I find Richard Orey’s book, How to be Smart, Shrewd & Cunning—Legally!, to be a wonderful reference tool when encountering questions that need answering about our American justice system and courtroom procedure. Since it is important that my manuscripts be credible and believable when it comes to the inevitable storyline encounters of my characters with laws, law violations, police, lawyers and the intricate workings of the courthouse, Orey’s book is a valuable reference.
This book by Richard Lee Orey is comprehensive, easy to use and understand. On those occasions when the text deals with such technical subjects as state courts versus federal courts, Mr. Orey gives clarifying everyday examples so we can understand the difference and the importance of each.
Author Richard Lee Orey’s book deals with Justice and the Justice System, Promises and Agreements, Injuries to Person and Property, and Unlawful Punishable Conduct, each category with its own Review and Workshop Sections. Three other groupings deal with highlighting high-interest subjects regarding Caregivers, Credit Reports, Health Care Directives, Juvenile Court, Living Trusts and Shoplifting.
Anyone looking for in-depth substantive information on a particular topic probably needs to hire a lawyer. However, if you want to learn how to legally protect yourself, or find information related to law, justice, and the justice system that gives credibility to the writing of your novel, this is a great book to keep handy on your desktop: How to be Smart, Shrewd & Cunning--Legally!
Congratulations on such a well-written, well-organized law book for the segement of society, untrained in law, like me, who can find a wealth of information in your wonderful book.
|Reviewed by Paula Shene
|how quickly can this be in print?|
|Reviewed by Sandie May Angel-Joyce
This is very interesting. I have always loved courtroom dramas and things like that. I watched all the court shows on the TV. Judge Mathis, Judge Joe Brown, Judge Judy. The only judge I don't like is Judge Marilyn Millan (not sure if it's the correct spelling), it is because she always blindlessly makes assumption and does not always put on her listening ears, she's a poor judge.
I would love to have a copy of your book! Can't really wait!!! Heeeheee!!! I'm SOOOO into courtroom dramas and legal things!!!
Sandie Angel :o)
|Reviewed by Rev. Dr. Deborah Simpson
|This book is definitely a needed piece of informative literature. As a paralegal for 20+ years, I sincerely hope this book is a huge success, as I believe it will help many.
Thank you for putting together this very important work.
|Reviewed by Regina Pounds
|This promises to be not only fascinating, but it has the potential to save someone from an apoplexy (well, at least from suffering a lot of stress due to ignorance of the legal system)...wonderful project, Richard!
Best of luck,
|Reviewed by Jerry Engler
|I've played the dummy too many times, Richard, so it sounds like I need your book. Let us hear the trumpets when it's out. The fox and eggs for the cover is a great idea...Jerry|
|Reviewed by Gwendolyn Thomas Gath
|Richard this book sounds like quite a piece of informative work!
Wishing you great success this sounds like a winner too!
Congrats on the upcoming publication and all the best to you/books.
~Gwendolyn A. Thomas
|Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader)
|Catchy title...good luck with your book and booksignings.
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