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No sir, she said as soon as she admitted they asked how much amd basically left it at that. She said one asked if he should get a breathalyzer or not, but the other said it wasn't necessary.
So should she be worried about getting an attorney even if they let her go, no warnings or citation? Even if the person who remted the room got a fine for property damage; wouldnt they do it all at the same time or hold her until law enforcement came?
She said she wasnt sure if they were law enforcement or just security, but when I asked her how they searched the place if they were searched ect...she said they just looked around amd didnt touch their stuff. She also said they where dressed in brown and black rather than the whole "get-up". But didnt notice if they had a gun or not.
Okay thank you :) what would you say her chances are?
Okay thank you :) im sure your advice will give her a little comfort :)
When you said "could be filed" would that bring it out into the open? Or does it just depend on what they include?
So her only option is to wait. Okay thank you! :)
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