While defending individuals accused of breaking various laws, he has witnessed some of the accused thinking of the police as a friend and casually making statements off the record—statements that were later used to convict them.
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(PRWEB) December 17, 2009
A new book Silence is Power launched by Prince Adebayo Ogunmeno, a seasoned constitutional, civil rights, and criminal defense attorney, provides valuable information and a basic understanding of the law for all American citizens interested in asserting their basic constitutional rights when detained by officers of the law.
Adebayo Ogunmeno has devoted his life and his law practice to helping individuals protect their freedom and liberty in the fields of criminal, constitutional, and civil rights law. While defending individuals accused of breaking various laws, he has witnessed some of the accused being tricked into "confessing" to a crime or thinking of the police as a friend and casually making statements off the record—statements that were later used to convict them. Ogunmeno relies on his extensive professional background and personal experiences as he shares numerous scenarios and gives advice on how to handle specific situations such as:
- What to do when you are pulled over by the police
- The implications of police interrogation
- How to protect fundamental rights and deal with a search warrant
- The intricacies of the court process
One of the top news stories in the last few days is legendary golf player Tiger Woods' refusal to talk to Florida state highway patrol troopers after he was involved in a motor vehicle accident. Some are claiming Tiger Woods got away because of his celebrity status. But, that claim is not true. The Florida state trooper spokesperson confirmed that Mr. Woods did not get any special treatment because of his celebrity status. Tiger Woods simply asserts his constitutional and civil rights and won.
Silence is Power when it comes to dealing with the police and other law enforcement officers, and the book ultimately remind all Americans not to become victims due to ignorance of the law.
Prince Adebayo Ogunmeno was licensed to practice law in the state of Kansas in 1991, admitted to the United States Supreme Court Bar in 1996, and has devoted his law practice to helping individuals protect their freedom in criminal, constitutional, and civil rights cases.
For more information about Silence is Power or to schedule the author’s interview, please call (913) 233-2133, or (913) 742-2995, or e-mail aikogun(at)ogunmenolawfirm(dot)com, or visit http://www.ogunmenolawfirm.com, or http://www.amazon.com.