Remembering that he is an unrepentant Libertarian in Montana should colour strict adherence to his advice - but I think there are some similarities to the Canadian experience. His main points are:
- plead the fifth (if this is not a comedy routine) but remember - not in Canada! However under Sec 7 of The Canadian Charter of Rights we do have the right to remain silent (R. vs Heywood).
- nothing you say in your favour can be used to help you at trial, but anything else will definitely be used against you.
- 98% confession rate.
- develop probable cause and give the crown a GREAT CASE
- many ways to get people to incriminate themselves, and the police are trained to do this.
- Police do NOT do Interrogations (that is a bad, mean Nazi term) they do Interviews.
- An Apology letter as a written confession = convicted.
... and here is an uncooperative women who is tazed after being stopped for speeding (but I think she deserves it for stupidity - don't ever say you weren't warned. Certainly, a man would not have got such a easy time of it.)