I have been watching the show The First 48 for several years now. I've never been in trouble with the law before, so I've never had hands on experience with interrogations. It seems to me like any criminal who has seen more than a handful of the shows would have a blueprint for getting away with murder. They show you step by step how they analyze the crime scene, what they look for and things like that. The part that really gets me is when they are interrogating a suspect. They always tell them that if they talk it will help them in the end, which is a load of ****. I've seen countless episodes where they have the guy they know was the shooter, but they don't have any physical evidence on him and need a confession or they have to let him go. They will always bluff and pretend to know more than they do, or that one of his buddies has given him up. They hope to get him to turn on someone else and get the blame off himself. I think if this show teaches you one thing it's to keep quiet and lawyer up right away, especially if you are guilty. I saw one the other day where the guy was being questioned for 4 hours. They left him alone to think for another few hours, then came back in. After 6-7 hours in the interrogation room he cracked and admitted that he was the shooter. If he had kept up with his story of him being innocent he would have been released. Is this a problem to you guys? If anything, maybe it's a problem with our Judicial system.