My grandma lives next to me.
My brother is 19 and decided to pull a prank on her. So he decided to write a letter saying that it was officer jerry springer(fake name) and that he was with "ice" and that he needed to rlk about my grandmas and he husbadns stay here in the US. And immigration will be at her door at 5pm (it was 2pm at the time) anyways she didnt take the joke lightly. She took apicture of the letter and sent it to my aunt and they want to scare the crap out of my brother. ( but they bever put their money where tgeir mouth is). The only witness to my brother doing this is me and i wont say anything ever. But my grandma toldbthe whole family. What will haplen to my brother if they decide to do something??
Besides being a cruel and tasteless joke on an old lady, impersonating a federal officer is a serious crime. Technically he could go to jail. Withholding information regarding the investigation of a federal crime is also a serious crime. You could get to go to jail with him. This question has nothing to do with guardianships so I have changed the practice area to criminal defense. Perhaps you and your brother should grow up.
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