answered on Jun 3, 2016
You're playing with fire. I'm not sure your age but if you're over 18, you really should not be having this conversation with a minor.
My brother is a college student living with 4 roommates off campus. One of his roommates got into trouble. Him and a girl were drinking and woke up the next morning without clothes on and didn’t remember what happened. The girl went and spoke to the police. The police went to the apartment (that... Read more »
answered on Jun 3, 2016
I recommend that your brother consult with a criminal defense attorney and to not speak with any law enforcement official without a lawyer present.
There is too much tension going on at home with her not getting along with our other siblings and I believe she will do better living with me temp. (I'm 26 no crimina rec)
answered on May 24, 2016
I recommend that your sister speak with the court or her probation officer to ensure that the move does not violate the conditions of her probation.
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