The crime was buying cold medicene,But the two people with her had stolen some cold medicene,even tho my daughter had a reciept for what she got they told her it was her car and was charged with intent to make meth or something like that. The case was always postponed every time they set a court date even tho she showed up,and then her public defender would call and say no need to come to court because it was being postponed again,when she went to prison I called her public defender and told her and she said to get in touch with her when she got out which we did thats when she told us not to open a can of worms she would keep check on it but then after a couple of months we called her public defender and she was no longer there thats when we started contacting the clerk. the Stste this happend in is Missouri.
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