You really do not want to talk about sexual conduct and possible criminal consequences on a public legal website.
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I agree with my colleague. You should consult with a local attorney to discuss the specific facts of the case, and should not do it over a public website. Many attorneys will offer a free consultation, so call around and see if you can discuss your circumstances with an attorney or two and get some feedback. It would also be wise to NOT DISCUSS the facts of this with anyone else, especially over email, txt message, or in any other manner that could be preserved and potentially used against you at a later point in time should there be a basis for a criminal investigation.
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Echoing my colleagues' answers, don't talk about this with anyone other than an attorney, and definitely do not discuss this in any preserved or electronic medium. You need legal help a free website like avvo cannot fully provide.
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