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    Default Accused of Blowing Up a Mailbox

    My question involves criminal law for the state of: Washington

    I am being accused with blowing up a mailbox with an IED in the state of Washington. They say that they have a confession from one of the defendants that says I was with him, however I have two witnesses that can confirm that i wasn't there.

    What kind of charges could I be looking at, and do they have enough evidence to try and build a case against me?

    Could I use the Aranda Bruton Rule for this?

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