Monday, November 30, 2009

Tiger Woods Part II: A Point of Clarification!

In the last post, I tried to make the point that, assuming someone in Tiger Woods' position elects to talk with the police, (after consulting with his criminal law attorney), he should avoid telling anything but the truth. In other words, as in cases like Martha Stewart's, sometimes it's the making false statement or obstruction of justice charges that cause you more problems than the underlying offense. However, it should also be pointed out that, in many criminal investigations, it is simply best not to talk with the police at all!

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