Mike Mandell uses the TikTok platform to share "expert lawyer advice."
He shares legal expertise with his followers on what they can do if they have a bad landlord, get kicked off a plane, or the risks of using a fake ID. Recently, he shared such advice for if you get caught speeding by the police.
He enacted a scenario between a police officer and a driver in his car. He then shares how you should respond if an officer stops you for speeding and asks, "Do you know how fast you were going back there?"
Mandell says: "Repeat after me, 'No officer. How fast was I going?'"
He recommends: "Never ever admit to speeding because anything you say will be used against you."
The video has since amassed over 1.7 million views on TikTok. Many have been sharing their opinions for or against Mandell's suggestion.
One asked: "But what if they lie and say I went super above the speed limit? What should we do then?"
Another said: "Results may vary due to skin color."
A third person gave the easiest way out: "Or just don't speed."
You might try this to see if it will work. We hope it really works, so you don't have to pay a considerable fee.
Mandel has a couple of other videos you might find helpful, from how you can get money from TikTok to how to know if you hired a good lawyer, to things you should never do to a lawyer, ways to spot a lawyer, how to spot a lawyer, and so on.