Q: dui help
A: It's very unlikely. If contacted you should not answer any questions without an attorney present. But I wouldn't worry about it currently. Supplying alcohol to a minor and consuming alcohol as a minor are both crimes. Be careful heading down that path.
A: Unless your name was provided to law enforcement, how would they know to question you? If law enforcement does contact you, retain counsel, your responses can create legal problems for you.
more info needed.
If contacted, tell them you would be happy to talk to them, however, your parents always said to talk to a lawyer first for permission.
That way the lawyer is the bad guy...........not you.
Posting admissions to committing crimes on a public forum is not a good idea. "You have the right to remain silent." means YOU. But you have to be silent, not bla bla bla all over the internet. Don't you think the Police read these too? So now you have told NBPD that you provided the minor alcohol- a crime, and you consumed it yourself as a minor- another crime. Do you want them to come after you? You say you don't want to be involved, after you already committed crimes! If you don't want to be involved with the police, don't commit crimes, you know better than to consume alcohol. If you want to commit crimes, step up like a man and face the consequences. Juvenile hall is not so bad, you may like it after 6 months. Of course there won't be any alcohol.
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