Is it possible to have an attorney present/represent my minor granddaughter, who was an eye witness to a fatal car accident, as she has been asked to meet with an officer to give her statement. We are in NW Orlando.
1 Answer from Attorneys
Anyone can have an attorney appear with them during this process. Your granddaughter likely doesn't have criminal concerns as a witness only, though it's not a bad idea to have an attorney discuss the situation with her before walking into a police station.
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