First of all, he needs to not make any statements to the police or Prosecutors. If he has already, what's done is done... but he should not say anything else. Its not unusual for the police to recontact a defendant for "clarification" of their first statement... but in fact what happens is they confuse the person or the person doesnt express themselves the way they intended and the cops then claim the defendant has given an inconsistent statement and therefore is lying and guilty. He needs...