My friend got jumped and we know who did it, we were outside and his daughter came outside and we were talking to her about her father and got a lot of information on him. I just don't know if it's illegal or is it okay to show the police officer
Your question in confusing if a police officer subjects a minor to a custodial interrogation without an interested adult advised the statement may be inadmissible.
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Your question is unclear. I think what you're trying to ask is whether or not it was ok for you to ask questions of the daughter of the person you believe jumped your friend. Unless you're a police officer you may question anyone you want to question about anything you wish to ask them at any time. However, you wrote "show the police officer" which leads me to believe you recorded the conversation. Without the consent of both parties to the recording, you are not allowed to record. You can certainly tell the police what she said and let them do their own investigation, but I wouldn't show them anything that you were not permitted to record.
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