He is probably asking for his indictment. An indictment is the charging instrument. The indictment will show what charges he had. It is also important to get the judgment. The judgment will show what charges he was convicted of. If this is what he wants you can get the indictment at the district clerk.
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The DA cannot change the plea offer if it was already accepted. However, if the Defendant did not clearly accept the plea offer then it cannot be changed. If the prosecutor tries to change the offer, the attorney for the Defendant can file a motion to enforce the plea. I sit down is needed with the attorney for the Defendant and the Defendant to determine whether the offer by the prosecutor was accepted.
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It is possible to get the video by subpoena if the case gets to Court. It is also possible that the prosecutors might dismiss this case for sufficient punishment or for restitution alone. The punishment for a Class B misdemeanor is from 0-180 days in jail and a fine if you son is convicted. With no priors he would most likely get probation with restitution. The best thing to do is get an attorney early and maybe they can work out a dismissal. The case sounds weak.
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