I nead away out of a burgler case it is a dis abilittey Icant stop helping people put that nead it and cant see a crime in that

It is my 3 burgler case I think I can prove to the cort that I was tho look out when a popmachaen was broke in to but I have aproblum helping people hoo are having a bad time this person was at a friends house when he was ask to leave but was home less so I went to take him to make money and got cought up being the look out I promes that If he would not have gave the gilt trip about being homles and broke I would not have ben there at all and not in a dead end because there is only wone way out Im disabled and cant walk but at the tine i could drive it was the good dead of helping him out

Asked on May 18, 2009 under Criminal Law, Arizona

Answers:

R.C., Member, Connecticut Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 11 years ago | Contributor

 When you commit a burglary to help out someone who is having a bad time, it is still a crime--and I doubt that a judge or a jury will be sympathetic to that excuse.  You need a criminal lawyer, and if you can't afford one, ask for a public defender.  And do it right away; you definitely need help.


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