Trust me, much worse. I went to work one morning and got a call from my alarm company that there was a fire alarm at my house. I raced home to find my house full of cops. I had no clue what was going on until they told me. They were tearing my house apart with a search warrant. I can't talk about it too much because the one out of 3 felonies they could have charged me with went to court and was dismissed without prejudice. Statute of limitations is close, but I don't want to poke the sleeping bear. Under advice from my attorney, I didn't even retrieve my printer/scanner from the Secret Service, or my computer from the local PD I turned myself in to. Scary to think I could have done time for some silly shit that I was basically unaware was illegal, and there was no intent on my part to victimize anyone, and no one was. I had one of the lawyers listed as the top 100 in Texas. Consider this: there are probably around 10,000 lawyers just in the DFW area. Texas is a big place, so, top 100 for the whole state is like celebrity lawyer status. But having your home turned inside out ,and left like it had been burglarized was traumatic, to say the least, not to mention having to go through the legal system. It's just like waking up from a bad dream, that is so surreal, it couldn't be real....but is SERIOUSLY real. BTW; Frigging Secret Service agents have NO sense of humor or personality. Also, the reason they searched my house was the felony they couldn't find any evidence for. The other 2 were just goofy coincidence.