Minot, ND asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for North Dakota

Q: I was wondering if I got my cousin to sign a notarized paper stating that he confesses to the crime that I didnt do

Hey just wanted to ask you a question.

I was wondering if I got my cousin to sign a notarized paper stating that he confesses to the crime that I did not commit how would I present it to the court?and what would happen? He looks just like me

The cops have no pictures don't have anyone with the buy money thy have a tape and one drug addicted saying it was me.. They have also say they saw me in the area... My cuzen is the one who did the crime and I have a notarized paper stating that he confesses to the crime that I did not commit... It has date time and location.. What will happen will they charge him also note the statue of limittation is Oct 31 2018 if I hand it in Oct 2017.. If they do charge him , can he bon out and push the court hearing back past Oct 31 2018 by firing and getting new lawiers and other continues matters

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Lucas Wynne

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  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Grand Forks, ND
  • Licensed in North Dakota

A: You need a lawyer to address these issues. Self-help is unfruitful.

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