All information I have seen online regarding turning myself in for a crime is regarding crimes with an outstanding warrant. If I have committed a crime (hybrid offense) years ago, am I obligated by law to confess this crime? From what I've read, if there is no warrant then it would prompt and investigation but if there is no evidence of the crime having happened then would the investigation even result in a trial? would I even be able to confess to the crime?
Answer by Edward Prutschi
Posted 8 months ago
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