Q: My friend sold me some stuff that was stolden I didn't Kno it and I got a pawn loan and now I got a proble cause warrant
Do I need a lawyer or wat do I do
A: You absolutely need a criminal defense lawyer. If you got a pawn loan you can be charged with a multitude of charges (including defrauding a pawn broker - 3d Felony, Dealing in Stolen Property). I would call a criminal defense attorney immediately to start working on your defense. I would also recommend that you have no contact with your "friend".
A: Get a lawyer and do not make any voluntary statements to law enforcement
A: Run, don't walk. You need a lawyer. And you need to exercise your right to remain silent at least until you understand the legal issues related to the charge. The gist of a false statement to pawnbroker charge is declaring that property is yours when it isn't. Purchasing the stuff in good faith could refute the State's claim of criminal intent.
You really need to consult with and retain a criminal attorney. Most JUSTIA attorneys offer a free initial consultation. Don't try to do this alone, give one of us a call today and let us know you found us on JUSTIA. Good luck.
B. Elaine Jones, Esq.
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