After club hours. I was heading to the garage and got into an argument with 5 girls and there were just me and my one friend. If I was pushed by some girl and I got into a fight with her and she was hit by another person in the head and now she want to press charge me. Is that possible? Police was not there yet when I left. I was not the one that hurt her.
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No it not an health question. It's an legal question.
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Hello,Your question was referred to me to see if I can assist you. I will need to know what State this occurred in. Also, can you tell me truthfully what, if anything, you said to this girl immediately before she pushed you? Finally, was the person who hit her with you? Have you been approached by the police to give a statement?Thanks
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