Monroe, MI asked in Criminal Law and Constitutional Law for Michigan

Q: Can you help Or should I have an Attorney during questioning

20 years ago thereabouts a Detroit Fire Battalion Fire Chief was killed in his home on west rd in Brownstown Michigan. at the time of his murder, I had already been away from this Roofing/Chimney company for two years. Prior to this murder, I had worked for them 10 or so years. The reason I am asking for help after all this time is I got on the web and thought I would look up what happened if the killer/Killers had been caught. and to my surprise it was still unsolved I could not believe that had happened. so I got on the phone and called the Brownstown police willingly in an attempt to help if I could in any way possible. after a talk on the phone with the new detectives handling the case we hung up and later I got a call asking me to come in if I could. maybe something I knew could break this case and slv a murder for the community and the family. what concerns me is what we had already talked about and how most workers left the yard on jobs while I stayed at the yard cleaning4 2 y

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Derrick E. George

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  • Royal Oak, MI
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A: Get an attorney at this point.

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