Originally posted by EastTexasLonghorn: i sent him a text message earlier asking if there were any witnesses or if he might have been caught on camera. he said there wasn't any witnesses and there weren't any cameras where they were. from the way he talks, he is planning to deny it. he sais he has been getting text messages all day from the chicks husband and also her brother. he hasn't replied to any of them. i told him that he needed to call the husband and face up to it now, so it doesn't get worse. i told him the husband wasn't just going to let it go. he just sent me a text message saying he had texted the husband and told him he would call him when he gets home. he said the husband responded with "looking forward to it". he says he is planning to apologize and tell the husband how things went down. he said he is then going to tell the husband if he and the brother keep threatening him that he is going to deny everything and take legal action. i told him to leave me out of it because i can't lose my job over his bullsh*t.
NOOOOO. As an attorney, I would strongly advise against any admission by him that he did anything wrong. He should be very vague (Clintonesque) and just state that I thought that she was coming on to me and I misread her signals. I am very sorry that I misunderstood HER advances and I do not wish to have any more contact with you or her in the future. If you persist on contacting me and/or threatening me, I will have no choice but to weigh my legal options. I have saved the text messages that you have sent and I do not wish to receive any more. Again, I apologize, it won't happen again and I would like for this to be the end of it.
That way there is no admission of him actually doing anything but enough to maybe satisfy the husband if the apology is sincere. He will definitely record the conversation. In Texas there is a new law and conversations can be recorded, without any parties consent, and in some instances, in civil cases, they are admissible.
pretty close to what i told him. i copied and pasted this in a text and told him it was "anonymous advice from an attorney".