My son, 23, was arrested last Saturday. He'll be there for quite a while. I don't know how to handle this. I am either crying my eyes out or so angry that I want him to sit there forever. I am still in the process of discovering all the lies he has told me. He calls me completly broken down and begs me to help him get out but I can't help him. I shouldn't help him but I so desperately want to. My family has paid part of a retainer for a good lawyer but we still owe him some and I don't have it. I thought I would be able to sell my son's car to pay the remainder of the retainer but I just found out today it's junk. I have two other children (4 and 2 years old). I have to find a way to cope with this. My son deserves punishment, he needed some "shock therapy" ... how do I manage this? Please help!
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