Custodial Interrogation: The Confession Game

It never fails to amaze me when arrestees waive their constitutional rights.

“Hey, you are in handcuffs. You are under arrest. Oh, do you want a free lawyer?”

Why would you ever say no to that? Do you not like being out of jail?

“Anything you say can and will be used against you. But you don’t have to say anything.”

Why would you talk? It’s not like they are saying, “If you are guilty, anything you say will be used against you.”

It’s anything. You ARE a suspect, and if you think you are going to convince law enforcement to change their mind in a custodial interview, you could hardly be more wrong.

Among the many mysteries of life…

Anyway, about this: Few people have seen a real custodial interview for a crime that wasn’t making headlines. I have been wanting to share an example or two for a while now but most were categorically inappropriate for the channel. Fortunately, after what felt like a lifetime of blurring, this one made the cut. Let’s do it!

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26 thoughts on “Custodial Interrogation: The Confession Game

  1. When will people learn🙄.. talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk.. STOP TALKING FFS..

  2. "Thank you for clearing that up, ok?" No…thank you for formally making a statement where we now have probable cause and a confession for a conviction. HA….that is why he's thanking her.

  3. This lady is super sweet and very honest. The interrogator is butthurt because he just wants to win and he can't. He is looked upon by his superiors and he sucks as an investigator. He needs to get a job as a Mall security guard.
    Let this lady go and go lock up her ex

  4. I don't know if this video is from Canada, but it works a little different in the United States. I feel like most people waive their rights because they think they'll be able to talk their way out of going to jail. In America, your court appointed attorney doesn't come to see you for a couple days after you've been arrested (sometimes a couple weeks or up to a month). People don't want to sit in jail overnight or until their attorney comes, so they think they'll be able to convince the cops they did nothing wrong and be released. There are also times where the court will refuse to give you a court appointed attorney if you bail out of jail. They look at it like if you have enough money to bail out of jail then you have enough money to pay for a lawyer.

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