Yes, the DA can still file after they have rejected your case. It depends on what the statute of limitations is. This is dependent on what you may ulitimately be charged with. You should not talk to the police department. It sounds that your case was rejected because the DA is requiring additional information. Any information can and will be used against you. Hire an attorney and let the attorney determine what questions if any will be answered.Ask a similar question
You should NEVER answer any more questions. It sounds like the police may want to arrest you. Contact an attorney immediately and, if you retain a lawyer who knows what they are doing, they should speak to law enforcement on your behalf. As a Former Deputy D.A. I must tell you that it sounds like they may want to re-arrest you. Most criminal defense firms allow for FREE consultations.....take advantage of it. I wish you well...................David WallinAsk a similar question
Yes they can file on you even after rejection. It seems like they have new information or evidence that's why they want to talk to you and consider filling charges. Hire an attorney and your lawyer will take care of it.Ask a similar question
Don't talk to them without an attorney present. Because the D.A. rejected the case, they are going to try to obtain more information so as to build a better case against you. Don't talk to them.
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DO NOT TALK TO THEM even if they arrest you. They want answers to questions to complete their evidence. Talk to a lawyer in advance to prep the lawyer on facts (NOT here in this public forum) so that if the cuffs come on the lawyer can act fast to try to get them off without delay. Luck.
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It appears that the DA sent the case back to the police with a couple of answers needed before they decide to file again. So, the cop is asking you to come down and help him charge you. You have every right not to assist him. You don't need to reply. If he comes to meet you tell him that you would like to help him, but on the advice of your attorney you are not allow to speak to him. Get yourself an experienced criminal attorney to make this go away for good. Good luck.
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Good question to ask your attorney
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