my bf was stopped while i was in car they harassed him he stepped out car for suppose ably t-stop . But when stopped there was no talking to them said driver step out . Which was my bf, so they book him wich possesion of gun and terrioze threat. Let me drive the vehical away .meanwhile at the station officer threatened my bf after being read his rights he said he wants attorney president . both arresting officer's said if u love u girl u better speak or im putting charge on her also. bf no bealiving officer . but later gun charge filed on me ,....,........., with no,bail warrant wth ?????? please help .......and officer said no car used at scene when it was under lock n key ...and no concent to search
This is incoherent. If you're charged with a crime and can't afford your own attorney, ask the judge to appoint one from the public defender's office.
If your friend is charged with a crime and you think you have information that will help, talk to his or her lawyer.
Maybe they can figure out what you're trying to say.
This is NOT legal advice. It is a general discussion of legal principles by a California lawyer, and does not create an attorney/client relationship. You should always consult PRIVATELY with an attorney.
No idea what any of this means, but you may want to lay off the meth for awhile.
SAN DIEGO CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY--20 years experience
If you or your boyfriend are facing criminal charges, retain a criminal defense attorney immediately.
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