Peter Munsing's answer If it isn't the state that got it that way, don't see why not. The law only deals with admissabiltiy of evidence that the state gained through improper activities. If a burglar gets documents and turns them over to the government--let's say a hacker gets emails--those emails can be used as evidence.
Robert Jason De Groot's answer May have been? You need solid facts to report a crime, personal knowledge as in one or both of them admitting that a crime took place, or that they engaged in sexual intercourse when she was below the age of consent.
Robert Jason De Groot's answer One time the cop weighed the pipe along with the marijuana, it was charged as a felony possession when the actual amount of the weed was only a misdemeanor. Sometimes the police are not so smart. Get counsel on this case if you have not already done so.
Robert Jason De Groot's answer Exactly what help do you expect in an online internet forum? Help comes when you actually go to see an attorney in West Virginia who practices criminal defense. The age of consent in your state is 16. You are above the age of consent.
Robert Jason De Groot's answer Probably. In order to be a police officer, one has to have training.Usually, in order to be a police chief, one has to be a police officer first. It's just common sense, but there might be exceptions.
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