I'm planning on confronting this entire situation and it's taken me a long time to really decide to do it so I'm just trying to cover up loose ends because I don't want to report everything that has happened since I was 7 (now 18). I have no physical evidence. & really I don't know much about this whole thing, my friend who is a cop that I just recently started talking to about told me if he was arrested there would be an order or protection so if he made bail he still couldn't stay at his house because I live there, I mean he is a cop himself, for many years so I guess I should believe him if he says that but do any of you know if that's true? & what about if he just denies everything the entire time, how big of a chance is there that he is found guilty? What if he takes a lie detector test and some how passes, i know people can fool those things, how will it effect the case? & how many times am I going to have to talk about in detail, that is the thing that is freaking me the fuck out, and how many times do I have to say it and to who, fuck like I can't even think about it without shaking and freaking out but I really want to do this. I guess I shouldn't really say more because this post was meant for asking questions. Thank you so much to anyone who responds & i'm sorry if it didn't make much sense.
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