Police want to question my son (age 17) about his room mate. I believe the suspicion is weapons/guns. It's Sunday and there is no legal advice available to him before going in. They've said he doesn't have to but it's required of them to ask him a few more questions. They had the opportunity this morning and he told them he had been asleep and knows nothing. Yet now they want to ask more questions. They had told him he had to leave early this morning when the woke him up entering his room. Should he not have legal advice before speaking with them again. I don't know his room mate well but he sounds like trouble. He could be trying to lay blame on my son to avoid charges himself. Please advise.
Answer by Edward Prutschi
Posted 2 months ago
Edward D. Prutschi
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