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Ok, thanks so much, I am going to see an attorney tomorrow morning about this, do the police usually harrass you and in a sense threatin you to get what they want? He is really pointing the finger my way since I have refused to take the polygraph test. I don't think he has anywhere else to turn to close this case. And another thing, it has taken him 5 months to call me in and take a polygraph, so that leads me to believe that this case has not been a high priority for him.
A reasonable belief that one committed the crime, well, are you saying there has to be no factual proof that one committed the crime? How does a judge sign a warrant without having true facts?
Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX said what I have been wanting to hear. I know that I did not take this money from the safe, and that there is no actual factual proof that I did. The officer can't prove I did anything, he just knows that I had access to the safe and that I put the money in there with a witness watching me.
Are the police aloud to, in a sense lets say intimidate and threatin you? Do you think at this point if he had solid evidence against me, especially on a felony theft charge, that he would have arrested me by now? Trust me when I tell you, I am not confessing to anything, I am going to fight this all the way....
You have been such a great help, I appreciate all you have been able to tell me... If you where in my shoes, what would you do and how would you approach this?
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