It all started when I made the worst decision of my life by far when I decided to rob a gas station.
Give me all the money right now!
I thought I was out clean. Little did I know as soon as I left the clerk called the cops and I was detained and read out my rights.
You're under arrest! Put the gun and money down!
I was then placed in a holding cell where I was again read out my rights and questioned. The questions were basic for example my name,address, and date of birth, etc.
Once the basic questions were over, I was then asked to have a parent or trusted adult come in while I was interviewed. They also took my picture and finger print.
I was then immediately sentenced. Since this is my first time I was out lightly. I was sentenced to 8-10 weeks of community service...
I was then let go and placed in custody of my parents. I had to appear for a court hearing next week. I pleaded guilty to armed robbery.
So I had to clean up walls, pick up trash, paint walls, etc. I was also placed under supervision of a police officer to ensure I dont get my hands on something illegal ever again. I also had to apologize and make it right to the people I wronged at the gas
I think that the whole process after I commited a crime is to prevent myself from doing it again.