Sometimes bringing something up from 4 years ago breaths new life into it. Should you choose to retain an attorney he/she can work on this for you.
You should not treat this situation lightly. I suggest that you not discuss this matter with anyone other than an attorney. If the police contact you, exercise your right to remain silent. I suggest that you retain criminal defense counsel now so that if and when you are contacted, as you may well be, you can refer the police to your attorney and decline any comments to them. Even if you don't have an attorney retained when the police contact you, refuse to speak with them and retain an attorney.
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