Your friend should contact an attorney and she should not, nor should anybody else post any further information about the incident in any public internet forum. She should consult in a confidential setting with an attorney.
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Be cautious as to what you say on this public forum. Your friend needs a criminal defense attorney. An extremely unwise choice to take drugs to a prison, and one that could end up with her on the opposite side of the bars. You can help her pay for an attorney.
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You don't acutally ask a question, but the comments of my colleagues is precise - your friend should obtain an attorney immediately and keep her communication confidential.
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Bingo. There are serious major felonies. Friend should consult local L.A. lawyers who can help your friend asap. Happy to give a free consult