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At this point, you need to see if charges are actually filed against your son. Your son should have been issued something if he was going to be charged, so it is at the discretion of the officer, if he is going to follow up as he stated with mailing a summons. If he does, you would want to retain an attorney at that point. The attorney can look over the facts of your case and see if there are any legal defense to raise, to get the admission suppressed. You should contact the attorney tomorrow for a consultation but until he is charged with someone, may want to wait and retaining them
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