Minors are arrested and prsecuted under the juvenile justice system in every state every day, so the advice you allege your husband received is not comprehensible.
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Nonsense. You should go to the precinct and speak with the desk seargent. If that doesn't work, then keep moving up the chain.
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You should rush over to the precinct and speak to the commanding officer there. If you get no satisfaction, then reach out to a local politician or two or three.
I would get on this right now. You could also ring up the Brooklyn DA's office and complain.
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Absolutely NOT correct. Tell your husband to go back to the precinct and ask to speak to the officer in charge and explain what happened.
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