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If you have not been charged with a crime, leave it alone and do nothing.
You have nothing to gain by going to the prosecutor and everything to lose.
Leave it alone.
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I am certain that I will be charged once the police send their report to the prosecutor though
There is a time and a place for everything. What you are proposing to do is a very, very, very bad idea.
OK, I'll hold on to everything I have and give it to the public defender once it gets in the system. The worry I have is that I am guilty so the only thing I can hope for is leniency based on the mundane and civil content of the contact.
You are most welcome. That's why we have juries.
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