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Digging Yourself Out of Legal Sinkholes

We've all heard it said that one should never speak to investigators without an attorney present. There's a good reason for that. In all likelihood, investigators are going to be asking questions to which they already have the answers, or at least have a pretty solid suspicion. Therefore, speaking with investigators may start out as an innocuous conversation and very quickly end up as a damning confession.

Former Federal Prosecutor Bill Dillon warns of the pitfalls surrounding speaking with authorities without the prior consult of an attorney.

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