Is there any way I can give the police evidence to help someone else but not incriminate myself?
Without too many specifics here is a general summary. A group of guys were involved in a robbery and only some of them got arrested. One of the kids that got arrested did not know what he was getting involved in. The group of guys got dropped off at the house they were robbing and the driver parked down the street outside a relatives house. Then one guy that was in the house called this other kid saying he needed a ride, could he come pick him up. Basically he didn't want any of his friends license plates involved in case they were seen. So this kid came to pick up and apparently a neighbor had already called the police and wrote down his plate so they tracked down the car and everyone in it got arrested. Some others including myself ended up just going down the block into the car we came in and going home. I feel bad for the kid that really didn't know anything about the robbery and I'd want to help him but I don't want to incriminate myself. Is there a way to do this?
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