If this is true, that the package was not addressed to your son and there was another young man in the house to whom it was addressed and your son had no idea what was in it, then he is going to be NOT guilty - he'll get a lawyer and go through the process but will be fine on the other end. On the other hand, if he is involved at all then he needs a goodlawyer and needs one quickly!
All the best,
Well, then, this is sounding more like your grandson might have some involvement. Your grandson knew he was getting $800 to receive a package? In that circumstance one would think there is a possibility that the package is illegal, or else why would someone pay you $800 just to sign for a package for them when they could address it to themselves and receive it for free?!?
Best advice here is to get the best lawyer you can!!! 2-kilos of Cocaine means grandson could be going away for quite awhile.
Horrible situation for you and I wish you the best.
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