Probably the most difficult case to defend is when the defendant gives a confession or admission of guilt. That said, there are many cases where an admission does not mean the person is guilty.
I recently defended a case where 3 police officers alleged that my client confessed to the crime. Where were allegations that the police coerced a confession as well as other allegations that it was fabricated. There was no recording, video, or body cam of any statements of the defendant and there was no written confession.
Case ended up with the jury finding the defendant not guilty of all charges. This, also, without the defendant taking the stand.
That are often other circumstances which may surround an alleged admission. Those may include coercion, threats, or even over statement of what was actually stated. A defendant that is intimidated by the police may agree with their allegations in order to avoid immediate incarceration and arrest.
If you have been charged with a crime he did not commit your need an experienced an attorney. For consultation in Kentucky and Cincinnati call Michael Bouldin at 859-581-6453 or email [email protected]