Q: Drunk grandmother hit my 17 year old daughter my 19 year old son defends his sister and he gets put in jail what do i do
A: more info will be needed
obviously, you need to get a lawyer either private or by requesting the court appoint the public defender at the arraignment.
write out all the facts and have any wits do the same so the lawyer can evaluate the case and determine if it was self defense or defense of others etc
PD don't always have a lot of time and by being prepared it will make the life easier for the attorney.
A: Hire a criminal defense attorney. I seems unlikely that a 17 year old daughter needed significant assistance defending herself from a drunken grandmother.
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A: Sorry to hear this happened. - As for your son case it would be a criminal case, feel free to contact us or another Attorney on Justia for Criminal Defense for your son.
As for your daughter that case would be a personal injury case DUI car accident and we would be able to help her as well or again contact a personal injury attorney for her case.
Perez & Perez is a full service law frim for Personal Injury cases and Criminal Defense Cases.
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