Earney Mays Crews had been arrested twenty times all together with forty-seven charges total and had served a total of six hundred twenty-three days all together. I really want to know why is he still free wrecking havoc on innocent peoples lives? I also want to know why did the police believe him when he had lied to them once before? I also want to know why the state is believing him as well?
And I wanna know what makes you think that this is a "criminal defense" question for lawyers to answer on AVVO?
Call the Sheriff and ask them.
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Not sure why you believe an attorney can answer your questions here. If you want to know about a specific defendant then you can ask the police or the state attorney. They would be in the best position to answer your question.
This is not a criminal defense question. How could we answer it, anyway?
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