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Answered 2006-11-30 01:02:49

There is no way one could even guess at what penalty if any might be assessed if the person is convicted of the crime. The exact details of the criminal act would have to be known and any prior criminal history of the accused as well as other factors too numerous to go into. The accused should discuss the situation with his or her legal counsel and no one else, including family members, co-workers, authorities, etc.

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