Back in 2016 i had a co worked, we were friends I gave her rides to and from work one time she left her iPad in my car. I looked and never found it I even offered to help her with no luck. I basically live in my car even when I got arrested in jan this year I still had wrapping paper from Christmas in my back of my seats. She messaged me on fb telling me that I have a warrant and my cousins emails with pictures are on the iPad. I'm still confused I went to my parents room with our old phone's and ipads are and both are there so I'm double confused. Because in 2016 i pond an ipad which I truly thought it was mine because each family member had one so I just grabbed one and went to go sell it to help pay for my rent at the time. Now I'm being charged and have no idea what to do.
Maybe not post facts of a case on a public forum? Hire an attorney to fight for you. And I'm not trying to sound mean, but if it sounds like BS, it'll be hard to sell to a prosecutor or jury. Just keep that in mind. Your story isn't super convincing, and I'm only hearing your version, told in a light you think is favorable to you.
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