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okay i have a question. i seem to be in some serious trouble, a couple of my "friends" broke into a school and stole 25 laptops. they then called me for a ride. even though they told me what they had done, i still gave them the ride. well next thing i know is im doing everything the cops say and cooperating. i tell the detective eveything. and that my "friend" gave me a laptop for "payment" so the detective said. so i go to court and i plead not guitly, because what im charged with, im not guilty of, burglary and theft over 10,000. this is the only time ive EVER been in trouble. so when i went to court this last time the district attorney came up and started talking to me abotu waiving my case to the grand jury. i asked him what i should do and he said i should waive it. but little did i know he was the prosecutor. what should i do?