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    Yes I would turn my child in. I would get them a lawyer and whatever was needed to navigate the system. But if you kill someone, or are a danger to society, then the corrections system is where you need to be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ClairesMommy View Post
    Yes I would turn my child in. Absolutely. By keeping it secret I'm interfering in my child's opportunity at rehabilitation and at the same time commiting a crime by aiding and abetting. At least I'm assuming it would be a crime. I don't know for sure. I don't think it's the same as spousal privilege.
    This (the bolded). I would want them to get help and that kind of help is not something that I can provide. I would need to trust the system to help them - if they could be helped.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlyssaEimers View Post
    See, I want my kids to think they can come to me with anything. I can remember clearly my father telling me that he hoped and prayed I would never get pg (While a teenager) but that if I did to please come to him. I understand this is not at all the same thing, but I think the principle is the same. There are consequences to mistakes, but I will be there with you each step of those consequences.
    We would definitely help with everything they need help with, and encourage them to come to us. But we also feel they really need to feel the consequences of every action they take. We actually celebrate small mistakes now when they are little and the "pricetag" is pretty small. I think hiring them a lawyer when they are confessing to guilt is going to far in cleaning up their mess
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    I would urge my child to do the right thing and turn himself in. If that doesn't happen, then of course I would turn him in. I don't think I would pay for a lawyer, though.

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