They stole my boyfriends car and who ever took it went on a high speed chase and police think it’s him but he was at work n has proof he was at work they want him to go in and tlk to them.
He needs to clamp up and ONLY appear and discuss anything with anyone with his criminal defense attorney. Talking will get his criminally charges far faster and with possibly more criminal counts.
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He should never talk to the police. Have him retain an attorney, and have the attorney talk to the police without your boyfriend being present. Law Offices of Theodore Gailan, 36 years of criminal law experience.
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He needs an attorney. DO NOT speak to anyone without an attorney by your side.
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