December 6, 2022

“It happens frequently that people change their story. Some of it is shock, and in talking to investigators, people get very nervous, and often they’ll not fully think through what they’re saying,” said Rachel Fiset, an L.A. criminal-defense attorney and C-founder of Zweiback, Fiset & Zalduendo LLP. “So you’ll have small misrepresentations in a case like this, where there’s a relationship involved”; sometimes one person might be trying to protect a person they’re close with — even if they’ve been victimized by them.

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