1) With the information I've provided, does this seem like a particularly strange situation that no finger prints were taken?
2) With the information I've provided, does this seem like a particularly strange situation that the case went from homocide to suicide with lack of CSI type evidence within 24 hours?
3) With the information I've provided, does this seem like a particularly strange situation that I can't get any police report at all that would be necessary to determine whether or not I need to seek more legal counsel?
4) With the information I've provided, should I be concerned with the apparent integrity of the case since no reports will be shared? Is there something being covered up?
5) With these concerns, what would you do if you were me?
How can I find the proper lawyer to help me with this. I've checked the internet regarding the closest thing I could find "wrongful death" type lawyers and they reply that they can't help me.
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