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Sanity of inmate who cut out his childrens' hearts, gouged one of his own eyes out and then ate his own remaining eye discussed by McKinney Criminal Defense Attorney

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Question: My son is a freshman at Marshall. He's always been a good kid, but lately his grades are slipping and he seems to be hanging out with a crowd that is using drugs--one of his friends was just arrested for possession of marijuana. What should I advise my son to do if the cops come calling?

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You care about your family. You want what is best for them. You love them and care for them deeply. That is what families are supposed to do. It can be hard when a family member hits a few bumps in the road.

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