Q: Should i go to the police
If you know a person may be reporting you for sexual assault which is 100% false. Is it best for me to go to the police on my own to make a statment and get ahead of this?
A: You shouldn't do that without your own criminal defense attorney present.
Roy Lee Warren agrees with this answer
A: I'm not familiar with the particulars of the allegations against you but I want to warn you of scams being perpetrated on unsuspecting people. The person alleges some untoward conduct and try to blackmail people by having them send money. Just be aware of such situations.
Kiele Linroth Pace agrees with this answer
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