Boyfriend Saved My life from asthma attack but had to break my work door.. police saying its a misdemeanor.

Asked almost 2 years ago - Enfield, CT

I was closing the place I work at and I had an asthma attack while my boyfriend was outside. he saw me having an asthma attack and he had my inhaler so he tried to open the door.. realizing that i had locked it from the inside he got scared and broke the door. gave me my inhaler. and i got scared and didnt want to tell my boss so we left without telling police. 2 weeks later police got statement from me about the asthma attack and are saying its a misdemeanor can he go to jail and get introuble for saving my life?

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  1. Herbert J Tan

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    Answered . I would be curious to see what they charged your boyfriend with. Assuming it is some form of destruction of property charge, he appears to have a valid defense. You should really contact a local attorney to assist you.

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  2. Max L Rosenberg

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    Answered . Hello, I am an attorney licensed in Connecticut and New York and my offices are in Stratford, CT. I think your boyfriend would do well to hire a local attorney who can assist him in the criminal matter. If he has no criminal history things may even move relatively quickly. Please feel free to contact us for further information and assistance.

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  3. George Ellis Corson IV

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    Answered . I think you should offer to pay for the door, but it will probably not stand up to criminal charges in the face of a life-threatening medical situation. You may also get fired, not for breaking door, but for leaving the place unsecured and failing to report the damage.

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