My advice to you is to seek the advice of an immigration attorney. Most criminal attorneys only specialize in criminal defense. I regularly refer my clients to an immigration lawyer to assess the impact of a conviction to any of the possible crimes charged. The cost is minimal, often less that $150.00 for a one-time consultation. This fee is a very small price to pay to fully understand what might happen to you and your family. Good luck to you.
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In Michigan and in most other states the date of your probation will begin on the date of your sentence. Generally a document called the Judgment of Sentence (JOS) is the document that is filed by the Court on the day of sentence. It is the formal sentence that you received. When you or the Judge or the Probation Department are unsure of your sentence, every aspect of your probation, including your probationary obligations are contained on the Judgment of Sentence. If the Judge says...
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