tricked into signing a confession. I was told I as signing a form that said I was not going to ride the ambuance....
What is the question? Did you even have a question? You were turning yourself in for committing a crime and then you were tricked into signing a confession?
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That's rather unusual. Did you have a legal question or just wanted to share that news with us?
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Very confusing. Fire and rescue personnel do not take confessions. If you were turning yourself in for a crime you thought, the operative word thought, you committed (didn't know?????) you were probably talking to any cop who would listen. If you are saying you were "tricked" into not riding in the ambulance, you were probably at the scene of an incident where the crime occurred and the police were present and you were yacking away. Hopefully, you have been to the doctor since , and you have medical records of your trauma and injury. Bring all of that plus whatever the cops gave you to your lawyer and let her deal with the mess you have gotten yourself into.
Here's what I think your post states: I thought I did something wrong. I was even going to turn myself in. Then, I changed my mind based upon...something to do with fire and rescue...and felt I didn't commit a crime BUT I was then tricked into signing a confession.
Have you told your lawyer?
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