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Attorney ?? Michael Jay Green ?? to represent person of interest in Shocking Shooting Incident involving 17-Year-Old Girl Critic

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Aloha, I'm Nick with A-1 Bail Bonds. In this issue of "Jail Mail" we'll discuss:

1) The shocking state of affairs in Maili over gun violence
2) Attorney Michael Jay Green to represent one of the men present at the scene of the Maili shooting.
3) A-1 News Now Anchor Stephanie Nagaoka offers a video version of this written story.

Attorney Michael Jay Green Offers Commentary in Shooting Tragedy of 17-Year-Old Girl

The recent shooting incident near Maili Elementary School has taken a new turn as attorney Michael Green now represents one of the men present at the scene. The incident left 17-year-old Richianna DeGuzman critically injured, and the investigation is ongoing.

According to Mr. Green, his client, a 20-year-old man, was present at the scene of the shooting. The vehicle believed to be involved in the incident is owned by the suspect's parents. Mr. Green stated that investigators have reached out to his client, but he advised against making any statements without charges being filed or proper legal procedures being followed. Green emphasized that his sense was that his client was not the shooter and indicated that he believes his client was not the driver of the vehicle either.

(AI Generated Image - NOT THE SUSPECT) ⬆️

Eyewitness accounts and police reports indicate that there were multiple individuals firing guns during the incident. The Honolulu Police Department has classified the case as first-degree attempted murder. However, a spokesperson declined to comment further on the ongoing investigation. Authorities continue to gather evidence and seek additional witnesses to shed light on the circumstances surrounding the shooting.

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For a video recap of this story, with a few special details featured only on the A-1 News Now video, here is senior news anchor Stephanie Nagaoka, CLICK HERE.

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