i am a single father of 4 daughters who are my world . Been in My current job for 15 years and have never been in any trouble. Though Out my career it's always been about my daughters and I would never do anything to harm anyone. On 3 January 2015 I had a BBQ with a few friends and colleagues at my house that begun around 7pm and continued throughout the night. My daughter asked if her friends could come over and hang out and I said that was ok as we always have their friends over our house! My other daughter and 2 friends were babysitting at a Christmas party and got home 11pm. Alcohol was involved, i was never alone with any of the girls! Someone was always around. but upstairs the kids were acting up so I proceeded to tell them all to go bed and that's the last I remeber went to bed
No need to hire an attorney right away. Do not post facts on social media sites, as anything you say can be used against you. This is extremely serious and you should not delay.
These are very serious charges. You need to get off the computer and into an attorney's office immediately. You are facing serious prison time and need a professional to help defend you. Don't speak or post any further about this unless it is in an attorney's office where you have confidentiality. No attorney can help you over an anonymous forum.
I understand your concern about these potentially serious charges. I am going to give you some advice, and if you follow it you will be in the best position to defend yourself. 1. STOP posting any additional details here online. This is not a private website. 2. Do NOT try to explain this to law enforcement. Even if the police sound sympathetic, they are not your friend, not right now. Even if you are arrested, or asked to come in for "a few questions" you should not say anything other than to tell the police you want to speak to an attorney. Anything you say to the police right now can only hurt you-- it will not help. 3. Engage an experienced criminal defense attorney IMMEDIATELY. Let that attorney evaluate what you have to say and what happened. I know this is scary, and I know you just want it to stop, and you hope that by telling people what a good person you are it will all go away. But it just is not that simple. Please get a lawyer. Good luck to you.
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I have to agree with everything that was posted already. As a former police officer, I can tell you that it is the officers' job to gather as much evidence as possible, and everything you do or say that relates to the incident is potential evidence. So consult with a criminal defense attorney now, before you speak to anyone else about the issue; and definitely do not post anything else on the internet.
You need to retain a criminal defense specialist. Do not discuss your case with anyone else because you only have attorney-client confidentiality with an attorney and with no one else. Anything you say can be used against you. Get counsel as soon as possible. If you cannot afford counsel ask the Court to appoint counsel to you.
You need to get in contact with an experienced criminal defense attorney immediately . Do not talk to anyone especially law enforcement or CPS without an attorney. This is important. Most experienced San antonio attorneys who handle this types of cases will offer you a free initial consultation to go over your case and your options. Call
This is as dangerous a legal situation as there is. Find a Board Certified Criminal Law Specialist with extensive experience in "child molestation" cases IMMEDIATELY. Follow his/her advice TO THE LETTER. Stop posting anything anywhere because it will only be used against you. Saying something like"...the last thing I remember.." suggests that there are things you DONT remember. You can see the hazards. ACT IMMEDIATELY.
You should contact a lawyer immediately and do not talk to anybody else about this including the police or other type of investigator.
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