Wednesday morning 8 am my door bell rings I,m just getting up I buzz the security door then get a knock on my door .I open and let's three of my friends in. A few min later there's a pound on my door I get up and answer the door it's the doc agents asking for my friend and they say they have a search warrant I say I want to see the search warrant because I didn't know he had one I was told he was doing good. They said they don't need one that they watched him walk in the building. They took him then came at me and arrested me for aiding and abetting took me in to freeborn county jail and said I would see the judge Thursday morning then I would know what my charges where .Thursday morning went down to go court got brought back up because doc agent didnt have paper work ready .so I had to sit another day and Friday I would see the judge .Friday go down to see the judge and I get brought back up they told me that the doc agent would not have his report in by the 36 hour rule cut off .therefore please release me.
Are you on parole or probation? Is one of the codefendants? Any way you shake it you should consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney in your area for help with this case. You need to focus on the defenses you have and the deficiencies in the prosecutors case. Get a lawyer!
Apparently, the "doc arresting agent charge[d] [you] with aiding and abetting" because enough evidence existed to support such a charge. Now you have to properly defend yourself in court. Nothing will just go away unless you and your attorney properly defend your position.
Robert D. Kane, Jr. Esq.
Licensed in CALIFORNIA (based in City of Orange, Orange County;) and
MINNESOTA (based in Eagan, Dakota County.)
State and Federal Courts
I’m afraid, far too many facts are missing from your narrative to make any kind of assessment. The case would have to be reviewed and it’s entirety including any police reports. It certainly seems there are substantial defenses to the charge of aiding in abetting. You must retain experienced criminal defense counsel.
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