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I appreciate your reply and I am trying to remain objective myself so that I can help my son get through this. I guess that it's difficult for me to digest that a young man can literally cry and profess innocence, while he is sending his friends out to level threats. . .you're right. It is very hard to accept. My son says that he has reason to believe that this young man may be 18, so I guess that will be the next step in this scenario.
Hello Ely, I just received information re: the legality of the situation I questioned you about. According to CA penal code 679.04, Sexual Assault victim Advocates section a and b and section 1035.2 of the evidence code, our granddaughter should have been accompanied by her mother when she was called into her Sheriff's interview. The goal of this interview was intimidation from the beginning that she arrived. Based on this fact we are pressing ahead to find a personal injury attorney to file charges not only against the young man, but also against the Sheriff's Department for failure to make a felony arrest. I wish that I had waited for this information rather than to invest the $80 here on this site as it has been a very costly weekend for us for many reasons.