So, if he is facing the next 21 years in prison as a minimum, and these are very serious charges, he should realize that only a diligent criminal defense attorney with decades of experience can help him the most.
R. Jason de Groot, Esq.,
Even if it was not a firearm, depending on the facts of the case and your boyfriend's criminal history, he is still looking at many, many years in the department of corrections. He needs a good lawyer.
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If he were to be found guilty of all the named charges, your future with your boyfriend will be limited to cards, letters and perhaps some brief times at tables in visitation rooms, for several, several decades.
Your boyfriend is facing very serious charges, that can lead to substantial prison term. The best thing that your boyfriend can do is retain an experienced criminal defense attorney.
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