Norco Criminal Defense Attorney.
Answered about 1 year ago.
Phone. Call DA and PD, then a few private attorneys. Most of us welcome the opportunity.
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It probably means the documents have not caught up to the DA yet.
Fiancee or husband? Many good private attorneys carry payment plans.
You are going to have to bite the bullet and get your sentence modified with the help of counsel. Find one.
By not trying hard, do you mean they are not doing what you want them to do? There is a difference. However, I suggest you contact a number of defense counsel and find one who can arrange payments.
I think your question is about victim restitution.
Hindsight is 20/20, but it is hardly ever a good idea to sit on your hands and "wait" in a legal proceeding. Perhaps it is best to consult another attorney with DUI experience.
Short answer at this time is no, do not pay the demand from the store and no you probably will not go to jail without charges. Finally, yes, the store may sue you.
Yes. After you successfully conclude and probation you receive, you can think about getting it expunged via PC 1204.4.
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