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Last week we hosted a book forum for Professor James Duane’s new title, You Have the Right to Remain Innocent.  In addition to learning something about constitutional and criminal law, this lecture offers valuable practical advice that can help you and your friends to avoid prosecution and imprisonment and save thousands of dollars in legal fees.  As Duane notes, the key thing to remember is that there is a fundamental discrepancy between what the police say to us and what they say to their own children regarding police investigations.
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