Neil Cavuto sat down with Judge Andrew Napolitano on Your World this afternoon to go over the arrests of three more people in connection with the Boston bombings.

Napolitano went over the possible penalties for the charges brought against the new suspects for allegedly disposing of possible evidence from the dorm room of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. One man is charged with making false statements.

The judge explained that these are the kind of charges that are typically brought when investigators want to "squeeze" more information out of a suspect.

"They may think they've already squeezed all the information they can get out of these people, but because they threatened to charge them, their policy is to carry through with the threat. These guys may end up being guilty of something far less than what they're charged with at the moment and they haven't even been indicted yet. The grand jury may decide to indict them for more or indict them for less," said Napolitano, adding that the process will take a few years.