When people are charges with crimes they typically go into a panic state, make the wrong decisions, and end up in jail. Sometimes, for crimes they didn’t commit, hence the phenomenon known as “false confessions”.
In Texas, there have been a number of cases in which a person admitted to crimes they didn’t commit for a number of reasons like fear of the police, pressure during interrogation, fear that they’ll be found guilty regardless of their innocence, and being suckered into a plea by the State.
As you can see, there a number of good reasons to stay calm if you’re ever arrested, jailed, and interrogation by police for a serious felony. If you’re looking for a Houston criminal defense lawyer, I recommend making contact with attorney Amber Spurlock of the Law Offices of Tad Nelson & Associates in Houston.