If two employees participated in stealing a customer’s purse from their job, should they be charged separately or together considering the value of they took from the purse was different. Also, can the state press charges, the customer or the restaurant?
The state theoretically could pick up charges without the restaurant or customers pressing charges, but a local DA would want the police to formally file a report / charges with the DA office. It’s unlikely the police would file without a customer or the restaurant complaining.
It’s very likely that a crime was committed if things happened as you say.
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If the person is in prison, I’m assuming this is a felony charge. First, figure out the county where the case is pending. Then, look up the district clerk for that county. You should be able to search by last name and find something.
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