Q: Can my daughter be charged or questioned without my permission?
My daughter who is 16 was told by three girls they are going to jump her after school. My daughter then called her two cousins, they then came up to the school and confronted the girls. They were all yelling and screaming at each other when a teacher came out, grabbed my daughter and took her into the principals office. While my daughter was in the office one of her cousins started fighting with one of the girls. The police want to question my daughter and have threaten that if she doesn't give the names of her cousin they will charge her with a crime.
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