Q: How do I legally register my fiancee as my emotional support person? Like a support animal but support person.
My fiancee was arrested for something receiving known stolen property but he didn't know it was stolen but because the cops found the stolen stuff in his house they are claiming he knew it was stolen. They're trying to give him 3 years but I legitimately can't go a day without him. He's been in jail for a week already and every day since he got arrested I've had multiple anxiety attacks in the same everyday, mental and emotional melt downs, freak outside, horrible depression, haven't been able to sleep good at all or for longer than 2-3 hours at a time IF I am able to fall asleep at all, I can't function normally, I can't find the ambition or the energy to do anything some times, most times I have to do something anything to keep my mind busy which doesn't help at all cause I still freak out and start having anxiety attacks and all kinds of stuff. He is the only financial support I have so without him I'm going to loose my house and not have anywhere to stay.
A: There is no such thing as a legal registration for support animals. Someone on the internet will sell it to you, but it means nothing. There is also no such thing as a "support person." Even if there was such a thing, and your boyfriend qualified to be one, that would not be a defense to receiving stolen property, nor would it prevent him from going to jail/prison after being convicted of a crime.
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