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Fortunately, Tiger Followed My Advice

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Paul Liam McGlone
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Early Yesterday, my blog encouraged Mr. Tiger Woods to avoid speaking to the police about his personal affairs (pun intended):  

Call me, Tiger
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Fortunately for all of us, it now appears that he decided to Follow My Advice.  

Seriously, though, I think Mr. Woods has set a great example for all Americans by simply exercising his civil rights and providing only that information required by the Hit-n-Run laws.    

Following this story this weekend has been  stark reminder that far too many Americans, journalists included, think that "Talking to the Police" is the right thing to do.    

Cops were quoted all over the place saying that they just had a few questions for Tiger, and "of course" he will talk! to them---- everybody does!      Well, Not any More!!      

Tiger has struck a mighty blow for the citizens of this country.    Previously criticized for not being socially active, I applaud Mr. Woods for setting this great example for the rest of us!   HooRay for the Good Guys!!    

Play to Win, Tiger!  

Paul Liam McGlone
Fairfax County Virginia  DWI Attorney

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2 Comments to "Fortunately, Tiger Followed My Advice"

Well, Curious,

Of course, there is little more than speculation to suggest that this is a domestic situation. However,

Here in Virginia, it isn't up to the Victim whether to "press charges" in a Domestic Violence case. If the police bring a charge, based on probable cause, then the prosecutors won't necessarily dismiss it just because the Victim wants it dismissed.
Posted by Paul McGlone on December 14, 2009 at 01:47 PM
Even if they charge Elin with domestic assault, could Tiger decide not to press charges?
Posted by curious on November 30, 2009 at 09:53 PM

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