Absolutely get an attorney if there is any chance you may be charged. It's better to get an attorney and make a game plan sooner, rather than later.
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I would be very careful posting specifics regarding your situation on an open forum website. There is no doubt that you have some serious exposure, even if you are wrongfully accused. I suggest contacting a lawyer in your area that is sensitive to the small town politics that can be played in East Texas. I would also consider contacting a lawyer that is not necessarily tied to your community. Good luck.
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If you are contacted by law enforcement do not make any statements and hire a defense attorney immediately. You may also want to consult an employment lawyer for advice on the civil side.
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