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To if my friend is charged with robbery 1st and probation violation but didnt have nothing to do with it what can help

Montgomery, AL |

can the witness write a statement saying he have nothing to do with it will they let him out

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  1. If they write a statement, have it taken to the district attorney prosecuting your case.

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  2. What will help the most is to hire a private criminal defense attorney in the area. The attorney will learn all of the facts and do what is necessary to defend your friend.

    R. Jason de Groot, Esq.,


  3. Does your friend have an attorney? If so, you need to speak with that attorney.

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