You will get letters. I wouldn't handle this charge on your own. Hire an attorney and try to get through this period.
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You will get letters. If the address on your identification is the same as your parents, they will receive a number of letters addressed to you from area law firms.
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You charges are public information. There are many attorneys who hire agencies to download that information and send letters to you. Talk to a lawyer; don't try to handle the case by yourself. Good luck.
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