You are not going to go to jail again if this is your first offense. In fact it is very possible you can get into a diversion program IF the facts are favorable. Just make sure you hire a competent local lawyer who can advise you on your rights and all the potential outcomes. Please do not get stressed out about jail.
If it is your first offense and you received a w/h of adjudication and have no other convictions then yes, you can seal your record! contact a local lawyer who can assist you in this regard. Sealing your record allows you to lawfully deny your charge in many circumstances and may help you get the second chance you need! I wish you the best of luck!
Sorry buddy. The free market system is best. You can go online and shop all day and hopefully get the best price. Unfortunately, actuaries report to the insurance company that there is a statistically good chance you will repeat your behavior and that is why the rates are so high. Good luck!
If you were involved with any wrongdoing, your statement given at a deposition can be the foundation for a criminal investigation and yes charges being filed. If you are concerned you can retain a lawyer who can assert your fifth amendment right not to incriminate yourself and attend the depo with you.
I am sorry but it is difficult to answer your question on this public forum. You are obviously upset and distraught. Please call our office to set up a time to meet with one of us and we will try to answer your questions.
I think it is great that you completed everything and you really have an excellent reason to terminate your probation early. If you would like us to specifically address how to file a motion to terminate probation, feel free to call me at 407-588-6714.