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If you are under 18 this will go through the juvenile system. If you can't afford a lawyer a public defender will be appointed to help you. You should be more than irritated you should be deeply concerned as this kind of crime can affect your life. Since you are a juvenile you should be able to get anything on your record sealed at 18 but you have to request it. It doesn't happen automatically.Ask a similar question
I cannot tell if you have been charged with a crime or not. If you get a letter in the mail you need to consult with an attorney - either privately retained or a public defender. Although you raise some interesting and possibly helpful facts, I cannot give you a prediction as to whether you will be charged for this incident or not. If your parents are interested I can be contacted through my website at:
You gave way too many details on a public forum. That said you should cease talking about this incident to anyone except a criminal attorney. You can either consult with a local criminal attorney experienced in representing juveniles or you can wait until your court appearance and have the court appoint a public defender. Again don't talk about this offense with anyone except an attorney. This is probably very scary for you because you've never been involved in anything like this but you will get through this and everything will be okay. Let this be a learning experience. Watch who you hang out with and be very cautious of police, certainly always assert your right to remain silent and refer all police questions to your attorney. Best of luck.Ask a similar question