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My friend was arrested for shoplifting after she was chased out of a store by the police and they discovered a stolen laptop. I was waiting in the car when this happened but had no idea that was what she was planning on doing. Can I be charged as an accomplice.
Applied to the issue this poster presented, while the police can certainly charge the individual as an accomplice, the prosecutor will have a hard time proving the last two elements required for a conviction. Either way, setting up a consultation with a criminal law attorney is always a good idea when facing a criminal charge.
I added my 17 year-old niece to my cell phone contract to help her get the best rate possible and finally get a cell phone. Our service has a plan that allows you to pay off the phone purchase price every month and we made a deal that she would pay the cost of the phone herself. A couple months ago she decided to get a new phone from a new carrier leaving me to deal with the remaining payments. Do I have any legal recourse here?
I am dealing with a handful of child custody and child support issues right now and really need the help of a lawyer but don't think that is in my budget. What are my options?